Air India Express Launches Vista VIP Fares for Enhanced Comfort
Air India Express, a subsidiary of Air India, has unveiled Vista VIP fares featuring expansive seats with additional legroom, exclusively available on routes serviced by their newest Boeing 737-8 planes. Passengers opting for Vista VIP fares will relish the benefits of roomier seating, heightened baggage allowances of 40 Kg for international flights and 25 Kg for domestic flights, gourmet hot meals from Gourmair, and the added convenience of Xpress Ahead priority services, as stated by the airline.
Vista VIP fares can now be reserved through Air India Express's app, website, and various prominent booking platforms. Additionally, passengers holding other fare types have the option to upgrade to Vista VIP seats via the airline's call center, at the airport, or while onboard by paying an upgrade fee.
In September, Air India Express received its initial two new Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft from the Boeing facility in Washington, USA. These deliveries are part of the Air India Group's larger order of 470 aircraft placed with Boeing and Airbus earlier this year. These arrivals precede the merger of another subsidiary, AIX Connect (formerly known as AirAsia India), with Air India Express. Air India Express, a division of Air India and part of the Tata group, operates a network of more than 300 daily flights, linking 30 domestic and 14 international airports. The airline manages a fleet of 57 aircraft, consisting of 29 Boeing 737s and 28 Airbus A320s.