MUMBAI: Vistara has said it will resume daily flight services from New Delhi to the temple city of Varanasi from October 10.
The Tata SIA-run airline had discontinued services to the city in Uttar Pradesh in March this year due to operational reasons, reports PTI.
“Vistara is delighted to reintroduce daily non-stop flights between New Delhi and Varanasi starting October 10,” the airline said in a statement today.
It has also introduced special introductory one-way fare of Rs 1,500 without taxes to attract customers.
The Delhi-based airline at present serves 19 destinations with around 600 weekly flights with a fleet of 15 Airbus 320 family planes.
A joint venture between India’s Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, Vistara plans to launch global operations from mid next year.