This launch will also mark a re-entry of Tata airlines after over 6 decades. The group holds 30 per cent stake in the domestic arm of the Malaysian budget airline AirAsia India.
Vistara, which has two leased A320s as of now, will operate 148-seater Airbus A320-200 with 16 seats in business class, 36 in premium economy and 96 in economy on these routes.
Last September, Tata announced the formation of a 51:49 joint venture with Singapore Airlines to launch a full-service carrier in the India.
Vistara will be the third full-service carrier in the country, after state-run Air India and private carrier Jet Airways.
Last December, Vistara also announced the launch of its operations from 9th of January with flight from Delhi to Mumbai and Ahmedabad.