Vistara is India's first airline to supply flatbeds

One of the most popular airlines in India and one of my favorite airlines is Vistara. And it recently became known that it is the first airline in India to have fully flat beds, which is the ultimate luxury when traveling.

The airline has introduced full leather seats that can otherwise be leaned back in completely flat beds. The seat is fully equipped with a 16-inch HD touchscreen television, a video handset and plenty of storage space. The new aircraft that Vistara has received is part of 50 such orders for the new Airbus A321neo, which were placed in 2018, and they received the first aircraft set on July 24. This new update makes Vistara one of the first Indian airlines to offer premium comfort. Other airlines around the world are JetBlue, based in the USA, La Compagnie from France and United Airlines, which offer this type of seating arrangement.

The new aircraft has space for 188 passengers, 12 seats for Business Class, 24 seats for the Premium Economy and the rest for the Economy area. All seats have 4-way adjustable headrests, movable armrests and USB charging ports.

In addition to the TV, which allows you to enjoy in-flight entertainment, the aircraft also has a Wi-Fi function that allows passengers to access the Internet while traveling. The business class seats have high-resolution touchscreen televisions and a video headset.

“This new addition to our fleet strengthens our long-term commitment to international expansion plans despite the challenges of today. The new cabin products of our A321neo aircraft complement our promise to offer travelers to and from India a first-class and first-class flight experience. “Said Mr. Leslie Thng, CEO of Vistara. He continued: “The A321neo aircraft provides us with operational improvement, cost efficiency and a reduction in our carbon footprint, while enabling additional payload capacity, greater fuel efficiency and greater range. All of these aspects fit perfectly with our international growth strategy. "

According to Vistara, the aircraft will be used for international short-haul routes that include a 7-hour flight.

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