Newly-launched airline Vistara on Thursday said it will increase number of flights on its network, including on Delhi-Mumbai route, starting February 16.
The Tata-SIA joint venture, which rolled out its services early this month, operates three daily services between Delhi-Mumbai-Delhi, besides one flight each between Delhi-Ahmedabad and Mumbai-Ahmedabad.
Vistara will operate two more daily flights on the Delhi-Mumbai-Delhi sector from February 16 till March 28, in addition to three daily flights under operations at present, according to the new schedule released by the airline today.
The airline will launch an additional daily flight on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad and Delhi-Ahmedabad routes during the period.
As per the plan, submitted by the airline at the time of applying for the flying licence, Vistara will also operate flights from its Delhi base to Goa, Bengaluru, Hyderabad,
Chandigarh, Srinagar, Jammu and Patna in the first year of operations.
It plans to operate 87 flights in the first year, with five leased Airbus A-320s, and then scale it up to 301 flights by the fourth year with a fleet of A320s.
Image: A Vistara aircraft; Photograph: Reuters