Vistara To Commence Non-Stop Flights To Maldives From March 3
Mumbai: Vistara, a joint venture of Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, on Saturday announced the start of special non-stop flights between Mumbai and Maldives from March 3.
Under the updated air travel bubble arrangement from March, Tata-SIA Airlines limited will start operations of special Mumbai to Male flights. The airline will fly the Airbus A320neo airplane thrice a week on this route.
Since March 23, 2020, scheduled international flights have been suspended in India due to the coronavirus pandemic and special flights have been operating since July 2020 under special bubble arrangements between India and 24 other countries.
Bookings for flights to the Maldives are progressively being opened up on all channels including mobile app as well as through travel agents.
Vistara’s flights to the Maldives will operate on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Introductory round-trip prices are set at Rs 17,699, Rs 23,799 and Rs 46,999 for Economy, Premium Economy and Business respectively.