Vistara Receives Its First Airbus A321neo Aircraft

Vistara receives its first A321neo aircraft with flat-bed business class
Courtesy: Airbus

Vistara receives its first Airbus A321neo aircraft in New Delhi. The joint venture Vistara between TATA group and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) aircraft features fully flat beds in business class.

The new A321neo comprises of a three-class layout with 12 seats in business class, 24 seats in premium economy and 152 in economy class.

“We are excited to welcome our first A321neo aircraft, the latest addition in our growing fleet. The new aircraft ensures operational enhancement, cost efficiency as well as reduction in carbon footprint for us while enabling extra payload capacity, greater fuel efficiency and higher range. The new cabin products on our A321 aircraft truly complement our promise of providing a premium and world-class flying experience to travelers from and to India. All of these aspects perfectly align with our international growth strategy,” said Leslie Thng, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara.

“In these challenging times, differentiation through efficiency, product and customer mindset is what truly matters, and we are proud to see our A321neo as an essential cornerstone in meeting Vistara’s strategic objectives for the future,” says Christian Scherer, Chief Commercial Officer, Airbus. “Providing a competitive edge through India’s best in class business cabin as well as significant advantages in terms of operations, efficiency and environment are a truly wise way for a growing airline going forward.”

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