Not In Town | @notintownlive | 13 Sep 2019
New Delhi: Airline Vistara has introduced direct flights from Delhi to Indore.
The flight service will be available from October 26.
The fares of the flights will start from Rs. 3,399.
The airline said in a statement, "We are delighted to expand and spread the new feeling in Indore, giving travellers the chance to experience the finest full-service carrier in India!
Fly daily direct between Delhi and Indore, with one-way all-inclusive fares starting at INR 3,399. Indore, a perfect mix of historical and modern, is located on the bank of River Khan and Saraswati which merges at the center. Being the biggest industrial city in Madhya Pradesh, it is known as the financial capital and heart of the state."
Introducing our 30th destination - #Indore, with daily direct flights to #Delhi on India's Best Airline! Book now for flights starting 26th October 2019. Hurry! https://t.co/nYkIuOARMx pic.twitter.com/alfHEJrxB7— Vistara (@airvistara) September 13, 2019
"Once on board, you can watch your favourite TV shows, movies and listen to popular tunes on Vistara World, our complimentary wireless inflight entertainment streaming service. Download the Vistara World app or log on to www.vistaraworld.com," read the statement.
The flights can be booked on all channels, including www.airvistara.com, Vistara’s iOS and Android mobile apps, and through Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) and travel agents.
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