Vistara plans to operate two more weekly flights on the Delhi-Goa route and one more weekly flight on the Mumbai-Goa route.
Vistara has also rolled out an introductory offer, whereby CV members can earn 2x CV Points on eligible spends at IHCL hotels until 30 November 2020.
Vistara is currently operating these flights as part of the bilateral "transport bubble" agreement between India and the UK.
Vistara said on Tuesday that it had collaborated with a Canada-based firm to launch a new scheme that allows passengers to put in bids to upgrade their seats to superior classes in flights.
Last month, Vistara commenced 'special, non-stop' flight operations between Delhi and London's Heathrow airport by deploying its Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner aircraft.
Vistara’s Airbus A321neo has a total of 188 seats with 12 in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy, and 152 in Economy. The aircraft also offers features like in-seat power/USB Charging Ports.
Vistara has urged the customers to follow the set of measures for safe-flying and remain careful, observant, distanced and empathetic, whenever they fly.
Vistara released a survey on Monday stating that 24 percent passengers were worried that fellow flyers would not adhere to coronavirus-related health protocols while flying.
Vistara is looking to postpone the delivery of the remaining four Boeing 787-900 planes in addition to returning some 3-5 leased as part of the overall plans.
Both Vistara and SpiceJet announced that they will provide safety kits to their crew members and ground services personnel and ensure they undergo detailed health check-ups as well.
Vistara started operating the cargo flights on Sunday, 19 April 2020 between Delhi and Mumbai, and will operate more such flights over the next two weeks.
The global outbreak of the pandemic has forced several airlines in India to suspend their International operations and make changes to their domestic routes.
International flights will be suspended from March 20 to March 30 and affected passengers will be fully refunded.
Vistara's newly bought Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will fly on domestic routes and offer Wi-Fi and flatbeds for flyers.
Vistara’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner comes with 299 seats in three-class cabin configuration, giving customers a choice of Business, Premium Economy and Economy cabins.
Vistara has tied up with Tata group firm Nelco and will soon become the first domestic carrier to provide in-flight broadband service to passengers.
The codeshare agreement enables United Airlines to put its ‘UA’ designator code on 68 Vistara-operated flights to 26 destinations every day.
Vistara is offering one-way fares from Delhi to Dehradun starting from Rs 2,499 in Economy Class, Rs 4,699 in Premium Economy and Rs 12,299 in Business Class.
The ‘Vistara 5th Anniversary Sale’ opened 09 January 2020 for 48 hours for travel between 25 January 2020 and 30 September 2020.
Under the Sale, Economy Class fares start from INR 995, Premium Economy from Rs 1995 and Business Class from INR 5555.