Kathmandu, January 14
Vistara, an Indian airline company established as a joint venture of Tata Groups and Singapore Airlines, is launching daily flights between New Delhi and Kathmandu from February 11.
Bookings for the flights have opened today. The company says bookings can be made through all channels, including www.airvistara.com, Vistara’s iOS and Android mobile apps, and through Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) and travel agents.
“The round-trip all-inclusive fares for Delhi-Kathmandu-Delhi start at INR 9,999 and round-trip all-inclusive fares for Kathmandu-Delhi-Kathmandu start at NPR 16,999,” the company says on its website.
“We are happy to launch services to Kathmandu, the gateway to a country with significant trade and cultural ties with India. The timing could not have been any better, as Nepal recently kick-started its global tourism campaign, ‘Visit Nepal Year 2020’ and prepares to welcome 2 million tourists this year,” the company’s CEO Leslie Thng says in a statement, “These factors make Kathmandu a promising addition to Vistara’s growing network. As India’s only five-star carrier, we look forward to contributing to Nepal’s tourism growth meaningfully and providing business and leisure travellers alike the finest way to fly between the two countries.”
Published on January 14th, Tuesday, 2020 3:40 PM
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