Vistara has reduced the prices of fares, with its aim to to attract more air passengers during the Holi season.
Vistara has reduced the prices of fares, with its aim to to attract more air passengers during the Holi season. The festival of colours is on Monday. The airline is eyeing to attract more passengers planning to go to their destinations from March 30-October 1. Pasengers who will be travelling between this period can book their tickets between March 10-15.
The minimum price will start from Rs 999 onwards from Guwahati to Baghdogra,, while from Jammu to Srinagar and Delhi to Amritsar, the prices will begin from Rs 1,199 onwards. Fares from Delhi to Kochi will be from Rs 3,799 onwards, while from Delhi to Port Blair. Like these fares has been deducted for 19 destinations, including its new places in Amritsar, Port Blair, and Leh.
Vistara Airlines has started an all woman crew flight and the company has also launched a truck-load of new features. For starters, the airline provides women with luggage and taxi assistance and for appetisers, the airline provides women with what they need the most and that’s a choice, even if it is as small as where they would be sitting on the flight.
Moreover, the airline’s staff would be holding #VistaraWomanFlyer placards to assist women travellers with any other assistance that they might need. With these efforts, the airline has given a reason to women across India to celebrate this day and take that solo trip they have long been planning.
All that a female traveller has to do is to book the ticket through ‘Manage my Booking’ feature and if you want to skip that also, the staff has you covered. They will only provide aisle or window seats to women travelling alone. And no, that is not all. Following Air India’s suit, Vistara’s inaugural flight from Mumbai to Amritsar will be operated by an all women crew. Vistara is a domestic carrier which was launched in 2013.
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On March 5, Air India claimed to have carried out the world’s first passenger journey around the world with an all-women crew on a New Delhi to San Francisco flight and back again. The Boeing 777 flight had flown over the Pacific Ocean, but on its way back took the route over the Atlantic, thereby doing a complete circle of the earth. Air India has approached Guinness World Record to make this official in its book.