Vistara tickets: Premium Airlines Vistara has introduced a new feature allowing passengers to book Vistara flight tickets directly from Google. As per New Feature, Vistara customers can directly search and book Vistara flights on Google through the integrated ‘Book on Google’ feature.
Customers will need to log in with their Google account and details such as name and contact details will be filled automatically, Vistara said in a statement on December 18. While searching for flights on Google, customers will be able to book Vistara flights without being directed to any other website.
“Customers will also progressively be able to view and purchase optional upgrades, pre-purchase additional baggage allowance, seat selection, and much more on the same Google interface,” the airline, which is owned by Tata group and Singapore Airlines, said.
Vistara airline is a joint venture of Tata and Singapore airlines. The launch of the ‘Book on Google’ feature streamlines the ticket-booking process and allows for flights to be easily booked through the following steps:
Customers will need to log in to their Google accounts while booking their flights. This will enable all the saved information to get automatically filled for booking (including name, contact details, etc.)
Payment options, saved on Google, will be displayed automatically allowing a smooth transition from search to the reservation and finally to the payment process. They can also decide to add a new credit/debit card during the booking process
Customers will also progressively be able to view and purchase optional upgrades, pre-purchase additional baggage allowance, seat selection, and much more on the same Google interface.,
Vistara also said that customers could use the payment options saved on their Google account, and even add a new credit or debit card during the booking process.
This booking option was made possible after the implementation of the New Distribution Capability (NDC), which was done through a technology partnership with Amadeus.
“We are sure that this new ‘Book on Google’ feature will enable an even more hassle-free experience and bring greater convenience to our customers,” Vistara’s Chief Commercial Officer Vinod Kannan said.
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