Indian carrier Vistara, a joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, has introduced a new six times weekly service to Colombo, Sri Lanka. Vistara chief strategy officer Vinod Kannan said: “We are very happy to step into another new geography with flights to Sri Lanka, a nation with enormous potential for tourism as well as trade. “To Sri Lanka, we introduce India’s only five-star airline that’s committed to making a mark across the globe with a world-class product and impeccable service delivery. We are confident that travellers will enjoy the unmatched hospitality when flying the ‘new feeling’ with Vistara.” Elsewhere,

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