Vistara Signs Codeshare Agreement With Singapore Airlines

Vistara, an Indian full-service airline, has signed a codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir. Vistara is a joint venture between two companies: Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Group.


The Boeing 737-800 that inaugurated the Delhi to Singapore service.

Vistara Chief Strategy Officer, Vinod Kannan said: "Vistara found its first codeshare partners in Singapore Airlines and SilkAir, and now we are further expanding the agreement to international flights with them. We are happy to deepen this strategic partnership which means a more seamless flying experience for travellers from India to destinations across Asia, Oceania and the United States."Vistara Chief Strategy Officer, Vinod Kannan said: "Vistara found its first codeshare partners in Singapore Airlines and SilkAir, and now we are further expanding the agreement to international flights with them. We are happy to deepen this strategic partnership which means a more seamless flying experience for travellers from India to destinations across Asia, Oceania and the United States."


With this agreement, Singapore Airlines and SilkAir plan to add nine new destinations to their respective networks, on Vistara flights, allowing passengers to book flights to more than 20 destinations across India.


On August 6, Vistara launched their first international flight from Delhi to Singapore. A day later, Vistara launched their second international flight from Mumbai to Singapore, increasing the total number of daily flights between Singapore and Delhi from three to five and the flights between Singapore and Mumbai from five to six.


The two new flights will be operated using a Boeing 737-800 bought from Jet Airways which ceased operations last year.

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