Vistara Air has started poaching Pilots,Crew

Vistara Air : India’s upcoming Airline i.e. M/S Vistara Air has already started poaching pilots,cabin crews and other ground staff. Vistara Air is waiting for final flying permit from DGCA ( Director General of Civil Aviation ). Flying permit of Vistara Air is expected by the end of this month and airline is expecting to start the operations from second week of October.

Vistara Air has hired Quality Control Manager from Jetlite and Capt Ashutosh Verma from Indigo as Chief of flight Safety.Capt Ashutosh Verma is DGCA approved examiner ,trainer and instructor.Vistara Air has hired many other ground staff and Captains from various airlines of India.

VISTARA AIR is a 51:49 joint venture between TATA SONS and Singapore Airlines. It will be connecting eleven cities within a year viz. Delhi,Goa,Mumbai,Bangalore,Hyderabad,Ahmedabad,Jammu,Srinagar,Patna and Chandigarh.VISTARA AIR   is based out of New Delhi.

Vistara Airlines will be competing with following Airlines :

  1. Jet Airways
  2. Air India
  3. Jet Lite
  4. SpiceJet
  5. Go Air
  6. Indigo
  7. Air Costa
  8. Air Asia


Jobs in Vistara Airlines .CLICK

Jobs for Pilots in Vistara Air


Other company’s officials as follows :

Prasad Menon:Chairman of TATA-SIA Airlines.

S Varadarajan : Chief Human Resource Officer and Chief of Corporate Affairs of TATA-SIA Airlines.

Phee Teik Yeoh: Chief Executive Officer of TATA-SIA Airlines.

This airline is a 51:49 joint venture between TATA SONS and Singapore Airlines.

There is a initial investment of $100 Million out of which 51% stakes are with TATA Sons.

Vistara will be flying Airbus Aircraft. The first aircraft is expected by this month.Vistara  airline will be offering two-and-a-half class configurations across its aircraft – Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class seats. Hopefully there will be inaugral discounts and will be used maximum by the staff of Tata Sons across its network.It will be offering a luxurious trip for the corporate executives and other rich people. This airlines is an expansion of TATA’s aviation network in the country.


  1. By vijay bhushan

  2. By jasmeet

  3. By kanupriya maharaj

  4. By prasad kale

  5. By nidhi thacker

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *