Air Vistara on Friday announced the addition of Goa and Hyderabad routes, a day after it said it would increase the number of flights. The airline would connect Goa from 20 February and Hyderabad from 1 March.
The full-service airline is a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airline, and started with 68 flights a week. By March 2015, Vistara expects to be flying up to 164 flights a week.
The airline's CEO Phee Teik Yeoh said that both destinations offered tremendous potential, adding that the young airline wants to position itself in a bid to provide seamless and personalised flying experience, read EconomicTimes.
Vistara is to take delivery of two more aircraft by March, increasing its fleet size to five.
At present, the airline connects Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.