AVIATION | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Indian airline Vistara to fly to Singapore for its first international flight

It will take off in August.

Reuters reported that Indian full-service airline Vistara revealed that it will launch its international flights in August with Singapore as its first destination. The much anticipated launch has been delayed for a year before it took off.

The carrier, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd, will launch one daily flight from Delhi and one from Mumbai to the city-state, a popular destination for Indian travellers.

The loss-making Vistara airline has said the launch of international flights, which will give it greater scale to grow, is part of its path to profitability.

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