The airline will operate its Airbus A320neo twice a week between the Delhi and Doha, on Thursdays and Sundays.
Vistara will operate special, non-stop flights between Delhi and Bangladesh's capital city, Dhaka, from November 5, the airline said in a release.
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.
Moreover, Vistara is seeking necessary regulatory approvals to soon operate similar special flights to Paris in France and Frankfurt in Germany.
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 already got the slots at the Heathrow airport in London. The flights between Delhi and London are likely to be announced in the next few days.
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.
Vistara will operate two repatriation flights -- one each on June 14 and June 15 -- on the Singapore-Delhi-Amritsar route under the Vande Bharat Mission.
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.
International flights will be suspended from March 20 to March 30 and affected passengers will be fully refunded.
Bookings are now open for Vistara's direct flights to the Sri Lankan Capital from Delhi that operates on all days except Wednesday.
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.
Effective March 15, 2020, the two carriers will provide codeshare service on JAL`s international routes to India, namely Tokyo=Delhi1 and Tokyo=Bengaluru2, as well as on connecting flights to major cities.
With respect to the cancelled flights, customers can opt for a full refund or alternative travel dates free of cost.
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.