Vistara’s Monsoon sale: Vistara has announced a 48-hour ‘Monsoon Sale’ across its domestic network, for all three classes of travel (Economy, Premium Economy and Business). Bookings under the sale are open for 48 hours only, starting midnight 24 June 2021 and ending at midnight on Friday, 25 June 2021, for travel between 01 August 2021 – 12 October 2021.

Vistara’s Monsoon sale is for travel between 1 August 2021 and 12 October 2021 (blackout dates apply).

Monsoon season is upon us and that calls for a long-pending break! We are happy to announce a 48-hour only ‘Monsoon Sale’ across our domestic network. One-way all-in fares start at Rs. 1099 for Economy Class, Rs. 2099 for Premium Economy, and Rs. 5999 for Business Class- vistara said.

Mr. Vinod Kannan, Chief Commercial Officer, Vistara, said, “The unfortunate second wave of Covid-19 compelled many to put their travel plans on hold. As the situation begins to gradually improve and demand starts to return, we are happy to invite travellers to fly the airline that India trusts the most to their destinations, at these attractive fares.”

Bookings under the sale are being opened on all channels, including Vistara’s website, iOS and Android mobile apps, at Vistara’s Airport Ticket Offices (ATOs), through the airline’s call centre, and through travel agents. Direct channel discounts, corporate discounts/soft benefits do not apply on these promotional fares, and vouchers cannot be clubbed with these discounts. Seats available on sale are limited and are available strictly on first-come, first-served basis.

The 1,099 fares are applicable on the Delhi-Chandigarh route. Major routes in which the travellers can avail of the offer include, Bengaluru- Chennai (Rs1,399), Bengaluru-Hyderabad ( 1,449), Delhi-Lucknow ( 1,699), Bengaluru- Goa ( 1,699), Mumbai- Goa ( 1,699), Mumbai-Chennai ( 1,699), Delhi-Lucknow ( 1,699), Delhi-Indore( 1,699), among others. These fares are for Economy Class.

Vistara recently operated India’s 1st flight with the fully vaccinated crew and pilots. The airline had recently announced that nearly 100 per cent of its eligible employees have been vaccinated with at least their first doses, including airport and corporate staff, cabin crew, and pilots.