new Delhi: India's only full time private carrier service provider Vistara Airlines The plan is to add Thailand and Nepal to its international network by the end of this year. According to sources in the airline industry, the airline, which started international operations on August 6, will further increase its global presence. After launching the airline in Dubai, the airline can also start operation in Bangkok and Kathmandu. Tata SIA Airlines, famously known as Extra, recently announced that it will start flights from Dubai on August 21. Dubai will become the second foreign destination of Extra.
Extra is ready to move from Singapore to Singapore on August 6 and Singapore on August 7 to start international flights from Singapore to Singapore. In addition to Direct Flight Operations, Extra has entered into an interline agreement with approximately 25 airlines around the world and has entered into codehare agreement with Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, British Airways, Japan Airlines and United Airlines.
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A senior official of Extara official told IANS, "We have declared Dubai our second international destination in Central Asia." Extra currently operates approximately 1,200 flights a week from 23 Airbus A320 and six Boeing 737-800NG aircraft, connecting 26 destinations.