"Vistara will use the new aircraft to increase frequencies on existing routes to scale up operations in the domestic market, while gearing up to start international operations soon", the airline said in a statement.
The new aviation rules mandates airlines to maintain a fleet of 20 aircrafts to fly international routes.
This will enable the airline's international operations, the statement said.
Vistara, promoted by the Tata Group and Singapore Airline, has flown over 8.5 million customers, and today serves 22 destinations with over 730 flights a week.
The new aircraft, powered by CFM engines, comes with a cabin configuration of 158 seats (eight Business Class, 24 Premium Economy and 126 Economy Class) as well as other industry-first features that come in its A320 neo.
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