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Vistara may induct some of Jet's Boeing 737s planes and its pilots: Report

The airline is also conducting a walk-in interview for cabin crew on 29 and 30 April in Mumbai and Gurgaon, which will attract applications from Jet employees

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Vistara has 56 planes on order — 50 Airbus (A320s and A321neos) and six Boeing 787-9s

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The Singapore Airlines-Tata joint venture Vistara is likely to induct some of Jet Airways' Boeing 737s in its fleet and may offer jobs to a few B737 pilots of the crisis-ridden airline, reports said on Sunday. The airline is also conducting a walk-in interview for cabin crew on 29 and 30 April in Mumbai and Gurgaon, which will attract applications from Jet Airways' employees.

Vistara currently has Airbus A320 in its narrow-body fleet and for wide-body, the airline has placed an order for six Boeing 787 Dreamliner 787-9.  These aircraft will primarily be used for long-haul routes and are expected

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First Published: Apr 29 2019 | 8:59 AM IST

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