Indian carrier Vistara has entered a long term support package with Airbus that will cover its leased fleet of 20 A320 aircraft.
Airbus says that the “flight hour services tailored support package” (
Airbus says that this is its first
“This latest selection by Vistara re-affirms airlines’ confidence in Airbus’
New Delhi-based Vistara is a joint venture between Singapore Airlines and India’s Tata Sons.
Ascend Fleets database shows that Vistara has taken delivery of two A320s and has a further 18 on order. The carrier had planned to commence services in October, but is still awaiting approval from Indian authorities.
Source: Cirium Dashboard