Vistara To Commence Delhi-Bangkok Flights From August 27

India’s full-service carrier Vistara will launch its third international flight to Bangkok, Thailand, from August 27, 2019. The daily flight UK121 that starts from Delhi will depart from Delhi IGI airport at 8.25 am and will arrive in Bangkok at 2.15 pm. The return flight UK 122 will leave Bangkok at 3.15 pm and will land in Delhi at 5.55 pm. Vistara has been known to be rapidly expanding its domestic and international destinations. The joint venture airline between Tata and Singapore Airlines has recently announced its two international destinations.

Vistara plans to deploy its Airbus A320neo aircraft with three-class cabin configuration to fly to and from Bangkok. The passengers will thus get Premium Economy class in addition to the Economy and Business classes.

Fly Higher With Vistara

“Bangkok is a city that remains to be a favourite among travellers all year long. Besides, as a key gateway to Thailand, Bangkok continues to boost international commerce, trade and tourism in the country, making the business case more promising for us,” responded Leslie Thng, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara.

“Vistara today is the most-loved Indian airline for countless travellers; with our unique product and world-class service, we hope to make a significant difference to the flying experience of people travelling between India and Thailand, as well as to other geographies we step into,” he added.

Vistara Delhi-Bangkok Ticket Starts At Rs 16, 940

Delhi-Bangkok economy class ticket will cost Rs 16, 940; its premium economy ticket will cost Rs 23, 960; and the business class tickets will cost Rs 48,155. The tickets of the economy class in the return flight from Bangkok will cost THB 8960, the premium economy will cost THB 14, 285, and Business class will cost THB 24,000.

The bookings for flights to and from Bangkok are opened progressively on all channels, including Vistara’s website www.airvistara.com, Vistara’s iOS & Android mobile apps and through Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) and travel agents.

Reported By

Ria Lakshman Reporter

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