Rashmi Soni, VP & Head of Corporate Communications and Sanjiv Kapoor, Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, both from Vistara, address a press conference at Ranchi to discuss the airline’s launch of services from the Indian capital. Vistara commenced double-daily services on the route on 29 October.
- Vistara began double-daily domestic services between Delhi (DEL) and Ranchi (IXR) on 29 October. The Indian full service carrier will operate A320s on the 1,006-kilometre sector. It will face direct competition from four incumbent airlines. OAG schedules data for the week commencing 31 October shows that the route will also be served by IndiGo, Go Airlines, AirAsia India and Air India with 28, 19, 14 and seven weekly frequencies respectively. “We are delighted to add Ranchi to our network,” said Sanjiv Kapoor, Chief Strategy & Commercial Officer at the carrier. “Vistara’s double-daily direct flights between the city and the national capital reflects our strong commitment to the market, and we’re confident that many business travellers and tourists will be delighted to fly their favourite airline to and from Ranchi.”