Vistara, Singapore Airlines’ Indian carrier, has moved to streamline international connections at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport.
While Vistara does not currently operate any international flights, it has formed partnerships with Air France, KLM and Japan Airlines to offer check-in services for international travellers.
As a result, passengers can check-in for their Vistara flight and receive their boarding passes for all sectors of their journey, connecting with any of the three new partner airlines in Delhi. Passengers’ baggage will also be checked through to the final destination.
“The through check-in facility will offer great convenience to customers connecting from domestic routes on Vistara to our foreign airline partners, while allowing inbound passengers to seamlessly,” said Sanjiv Kapoor, Vistara’s chief strategy & commercial officer.
“We are delighted to partner with leading global airlines, Air France, KLM and Japan Airlines, in addition to our existing partnership with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir, and look forward to working together in providing a hassle-free air travel experience to our joint customers.”
Vistara now flies to 18 destinations across India with 515 weekly flights.