“We are delighted to announce the arrival of our ninth aircraft. The new aircraft will allow us to further enhance our capacity on our key routes and allow many more customers to fly a new feeling with Vistara,” said CEO Phee Teik Yeoh in a statement.
Leased from BOC Aviation, the 148 seat-aircraft – 16 business class, 36 premium economy and 96 economy class, has completed Vistara’s fleet induction for the year 2015, the statement said.
The airline serves 12 destinations with 297 weekly frequencies.
Tata Sons holds the majority stake of 51 percent in Vistara while Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) holds the remaining 49 percent. The airline commenced operations on January 9. (IANS)