AUCKLAND-Indian airline Vistara is preparing its expansion to international routes, with Singapore set to be its first destination outside India. The airline will launch a route from Delhi to Singapore on Aug. 6 and from Mumbai to Singapore on Aug. 7. Both will be daily, using leased Boeing 737-800s that were previously operated by India’s Jet Airways before it ceased operations in April. Singapore is a natural choice for Vistara’s first international flights, as Singapore ...

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