Recently, Vistara has added six Boeing 737 Aircraft to its fleet that once belonged to Jet Airways. It earlier included a fleet of 22 Airbus A320 and has now moved beyond its preferred narrow bodies of aircraft. After the suspension of Jet Airways’ operations, low-budget carriers like Indigo and Spice Jet have been aggressively expanding their network by adding 100 flights in the last three months. In April, Vistara also added 14 new flights from Mumbai to meet the summer demands. It has also been reported that it will compete with other airlines to acquire the airport slots that once belonged to Jet Airways.
Vistara has also scheduled cabin crew walk-in interviews this week in Mumbai. This will help Jet Airways employees to find new job options. A senior executive said, “Vistara will undertake a short-difference training for pilots, crew, and engineers to comply with Vistara’s standards and will be in operation soon”.