Vistara connects Delhi to Bangkok

Vistara CEO Leslie Thng (centre) and other dignitaries celebrate the launch of Vistara’s direct service between Delhi and Bangkok on 27 August.

  • Vistara launched direct services between Delhi (DEL) and Bangkok (BKK) on 27 August. According to OAG Schedules Analyser, the daily service will be flown by an A320 and will travel 2,943-kilometres to cover the distance. The airline will face heavy competition with Thai Airways at 22 weekly flights, Air India and SpiceJet with 14 weekly flights and GO Airlines with a daily service connecting both cities. Passengers from Bangkok can take convenient onward connections on Vistara to several destinations within India including Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. Leslie Thng, CEO of Vistara said: “We now enter another new geography with service to Bangkok, one of world’s most-visited cities with immense potential to further grow tourism as well as business. With Vistara, we introduce India’s best airline to Bangkok that’s committed to making a mark in global aviation with its world-class product and impeccable service.”

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