Vistara to fly daily non-stop between Delhi and Bali, ET TravelWorld News, ET TravelWorld


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Full-service carrier Vistara has announced daily non-stop flights between Delhi and Bali, starting December 1, 2023. This would make Vistara the only airline offering direct connectivity between the two cities currently.

According to Vistara, it will be deploying its A321LR aircraft, with a three-class configuration, giving its customers the option to fly in Business, Premium Economy, or Economy cabins when travelling on the route. Bookings for the flights are being progressively opened on all channels, including Vistara’s website, mobile app and through travel agents.

“India is the second-largest source of foreign tourists to Bali, and with hassle-free visa-on-arrival, Bali remains one of the preferred holiday destinations for Indians, besides being popular for MICE traffic,” said Vinod Kannan, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara.

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Wilson also shared an update on the Vistara – Air India merger. “The merger of Air Asia India and Air India Express is at an advanced stage. The planning and approvals for the merger of Air India and Vistara is also proceeding well, and our aviation training academy, which is going to be India’s largest, is shaping up well. The broader ambition of these efforts is to better connect India and Indians to each other and to the world,” he said.

“Additionally, as the second largest trading destination for India in the ASEAN region, Indonesia exhibits great potential for business travel as well. We are delighted to be the only airline offering direct connectivity between Delhi and Bali. We are confident that customers will appreciate having the option to travel on India’s finest full service airline on the route,” said Kannan.Bali has become an increasingly sought-after holiday destination for Indians due to its accessibility, proximity, and hassle-free visa on arrival facility.

The flight from Delhi will depart daily at 00:30 hrs and arrive in Bali at 11:05 hrs and from Bali daily at 12:10 hrs and arrive in Delhi at 17:45 hrs (exact timings may differ slightly for respective days of operations), the company informed.

The airline will accept all eligible customers meeting visa/entry requirements in both countries, as specified by the respective government bodies, it said.

  • Published On Oct 21, 2023 at 07:13 PM IST

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