Vistara, India’s finest and only full-service air carrier has completed six years of operations in the country. The airline commenced its flying activities in India on January 9, 2015, when it flew a flight between Delhi and Mumbai. On its 6th anniversary, the airline is sharing its happiness with the passengers by giving them massive discounts on their next flight bookings. The airline has termed the discount sale as ‘The Grand 6th Anniversary Sale’. Vistara is already offering the discounts on its website now, keep reading ahead to find out more about this.
Vistara Flight Discount Sale on 6th Anniversary
Vistara has commenced with its 6th-anniversary sale, and the discounted prices for flights are already live on the airline's website. The airline said that this sale is aimed to help people fly to places they call home and meet people they have wanted to for a long time. Furthermore, Vistara said that this sale is also an acknowledgement for surviving the last year, which came with several challenges and kept people away from things they valued the most.
Do mind that this sale is there for a limited time of 48 hours. It started from 12:01 AM on January 8, 2021, and will end at 11:59 PM on January 9, 2021. So book your flight tickets before the sale is gone. The date of travel should be between February 25, 2021, and September 30, 2021. Any flight before February 25, 2021, and after September 30, 2021, won’t come at discounts for the passengers. There are also blackout dates, so be aware of them.
So what will this sale of Vistara bring? Under the offer period, the passengers can get flights starting from Rs 1,299 for economy class, Rs 2,099 for premium economy class, and Rs 5999 for business class.
Its been a long journey for Vistara. The airline started operations with a fleet of two aircraft six years back. It has expanded its fleet to 45 aircraft, and further has an aircraft suitable for long-haul flights, Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The airline continues to grow and expand its network of destinations throughout India and the world.