With the Addition of the 50th A320neo, Vistara’s Fleet Continues to Grow


By Staff Correspondent

Vistara, a partnership between the Tata group and Singapore Airlines, and India’s leading full-service airline, just added 50th Airbus A320neo to its youthful and contemporary fleet. Airbus A320neo, Airbus A321, and six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft are currently part of Vistara’s fleet of sixty-six.
Vistara plans to have 70 aircraft by the end of FY2024, giving consumers improved connectivity and a bigger network, in keeping with the focus on expanding its local and international reach. At present, Vistara connects 32 local and 18 foreign destinations with more than 300 daily flights.

The in-flight experience offered by Vistara is comparable to that of some of the world’s largest and finest airlines, and the airline’s fleet is among the youngest in the business. Aircraft with state-of-the-art technology and economical engines have long been a priority for the airline. Another accolade for Vistara’s work in this field is the 3rd Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2023, which it has received for two years running.
In addition to being praised for its world-class cabin cleanliness and rigorous safety standards, Vistara has won several “Best Airline” awards and is the highest-rated airline in India on Skytrax and TripAdvisor. At the prestigious World Airline Awards 2023, Skytrax bestowed the following accolades upon Vistara: “Best Airline in India and South Asia” for the third year running, “Best Airline Staff in India and South Asia” for the fifth year running, “Best Cabin Crew in India and South Asia” for the third running, and “Best Business Class Airline in India and South Asia” for the second running. Vistara is the sole Indian carrier to be featured among the world’s top 20 airlines.