“We are happy to have Bhubaneswar as the latest addition to our network. We are optimistic that Vistara’s seamless and personalized service will delight both our leisure and corporate customers on this route,” said Vistara CEO Phee Teik Yeoh in a statement.
Vistara, which opened booking for the Delhi-Bhubaneswar-Delhi route from Wednesday, will now see its network stand at 11 destinations across metro and non-metro cities in India.
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.