Vistara adds Bhubaneswar to its network

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Seven months since its operational launch in India, Vistara continues to follow its sustained growth strategy.

As bookings for Bhubaneswar have now opened, Vistara’s fast growing network now stands at a total of 11 destinations across metros and non-metros.

Starting October 01, 2015 Vistara will offer daily flights on the Delhi-Bhubaneswar-Delhi route.

The introduction of Bhubaneswar, Vistara’s third destination in the east, coincides with the airline’s next phase of expansion, where the focus will be on scaling up operations and strengthening the value proposition to suit customers’ demand.

Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha is one of India’s first planned cities. A fast emerging commercial hub for Information Technology (IT), education and trading, the rapidly developing city of Bhubaneswar was ranked third among Indian cities, for starting and operating a business, by the World Bank in 2012. Blending the new with old, Bhubaneswar is also well known for its ancient temples and monuments.

Mr Phee Teik Yeoh, CEO, Vistara said, “As we move into our next phase of expansion, the versatility of our new destination Bhubaneswar befits our network plan well. Bhubaneswar is a renowned religious destination attracting both domestic and international travelers to its ancient ethos.

“At the same time, its emerging corporate status lends it a distinct appeal as a city catering to different segments of travelers. We are happy to have Bhubaneswar as the latest addition to our network.”

Having recently celebrated the 5th Lac customer milestone, Vistara stands tall on its promise of delivering a truly seamless travel experience to flyers delivered with intuitive thoughtfulness.

As a token of appreciation to mark this special milestone, Vistara is also offering a complimentary Premium Economy Class ticket* to its Business Class customers, travelling from 12th August to 30th September 2015.

Source = Vistara
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