Valentine's Day:Airline offers a 25% discount for international travel
According to the latest guidelines issued by the federal health ministry, starting February 14, international travelers will no longer have to insulate or check in at the airport for seven days.
On the eve of Valentine's Day, a full-service airline expansion, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, is offering a special 25% discount on basic fares. Vistara's ##SpreadedLove Sale offer is on its way back to any international destination.
According to the Vistara's website, passengers will be able to book tickets between February 14 and February 21 till 11:59 pm to take advantage of this offer.
The latest Vistara's offer is only for travel till June 30, 2022. "The sale will be applicable to all cabin segments, including India's only premium economy," the airline said.
Travel tickets can be booked through Vistara's official website, mobile application, Vistara's Airport Ticket Office (ATO), our call center and through Online Travel Agency (OTA) and travel agents.
#SpreadTheLove Sale is here! Get 25% off on the base fare for international round trips. An RT-PCR report is not needed when travelling from eligible international destinations to India, one can show their fully vaccinated certificate. Book : https://t.co/n6TBZVkbGF pic.twitter.com/pWeqGt472c— Vistara (@airvistara) February 14, 2022
Meanwhile, the Centre's new airport guidelines have come into effect from today. According to the latest guidelines issued by the federal health ministry, starting February 14, international travelers will no longer have to insulate or check in at the airport for seven days.
The government has decided to call off the quad test again on the eighth day as the wave of encroachment in the country is decreasing.
Now foreign travelers will have to sit at home for 14 days for health check-up. If you notice any symptoms related to the covdid-19, report it to the nearest health center or government helpline number 1075.
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