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Vistara operates first long-haul flight from Delhi to London

Vistara said it will fly thrice a week between Delhi and London from August 28 to October 24.

August 28, 2020 / 02:00 PM IST
Two years after AirAsia India took to the skies, Vistara began operating, from January 2015.

Two years after AirAsia India took to the skies, Vistara began operating, from January 2015.

Vistara on August 28 operated its first long-haul flight from Delhi to London. The airlines said it will fly thrice a week between the two cities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The airline in a statement said it will operate special, non-stop flights under the bilateral "transport bubble" from August 28 to October 24.

Also read: Explained | As air travel bubbles expand, what you need to know about fares, destinations and who can fly

The first Delhi-London flight was operated with its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

"Though not regular scheduled flights, we are excited about starting operations to our first long-haul destination. This, in many ways, marks the beginning of a new phase of growth in the global skies for Vistara. This also gives us the opportunity to introduce India’s finest and only five-star airline to London," Vistara's Chief Executive Officer  Leslie Thng said.

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Vistara, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, previously said it sought permission to operate flights to Paris and Frankfurt.

International flights are currently suspended in India, but some flights are being operated through "air bubbles" with seven countries and daily repatriation flights.

Also read: Government revises SOPs for air travel | Alcohol, hot meal allowed for international flights, pre-packed meals for domestic trips
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first published: Aug 28, 2020 02:00 pm

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