Jaguar Land Rover’s parent company Tata is launching a service between Mumbai and the UK – with round-trip fares under £ 450.
Tata subsidiary of Indian airline Vistara will begin service between Heathrow and the coastal city on January 16 to complement an existing route from London to Delhi.
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Passengers can enjoy full bunk beds, three cabins with jet lag-reducing lighting, dimmable windows and free WiFi on board.
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Leslie Thng, CEO of Vistara, said: “We are delighted with the very positive response to our service between Delhi and London Heathrow which has encouraged us to further strengthen the network by adding connectivity from Mumbai as we have one See significant demand between the two countries and continue to be optimistic about the future.
“Vistara is well positioned with its brand new fleet, first-class cabin products, award-winning service and most importantly, the trust of our customers.”
The travel advice of the Foreign Office for India states that a limited number of flights will be operated under a bilateral agreement, “however these are subject to strict admission criteria and details can change at short notice”.
Vistara said it will accept all eligible customers who meet visa / entry requirements in both countries as determined by their respective government agencies.