Thursday, October 31, 2019

Vistara to deploy new A320neo planes with enhanced features on its India-Singapore route from Nov 24

New Delhi: Vistara airline on Thursday announced that it has recently received three new A320neo planes with enhanced cabin features from Airbus and it would deploy them on its routes connecting India and Singapore from November 24 this year.
Vistara has been operating daily flights on the Delhi-Singapore and the Mumbai-Singapore routes since August 6 and August 7 respectively, using Boeing 737-800NG planes that were leased post the shutdown of Jet Airways in April this year.
"The new aircraft comes with enhanced operational performance and cabin features including in-seat AC power outlet, USB charging ports and PED (Personal Electronic Device) holders.
"As Vistara continues to receive new aircraft in the next few weeks, it will deploy them on the Delhi-Singapore and Mumbai-Singapore routes with effect from 24 November 2019, replacing the Boeing 737-800NG being used currently on these routes," the full-service carrier said in a statement.
It further said, "These (new A320neo) aircraft also come with higher range capability, enabling the airline to fly them on longer regional international routes."
According to a source, the maximum fuel that an old A320neo plane of Vistara fleet can carry is 73.5 tonnes.
31/10/19 PTI/Economic Times
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