Vistara Takes Delivery Of Its First Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Vistara has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

Vistara’s first of six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, registered as VT-TSD, flew from Boeing’s Delivery Center in Everett to Delhi on February 28, 2020.

A few hours ago, Vistara officially unveiled its first widebody aircraft at a ceremony in Delhi Airport.

Vistara has become the first airline in India to offer in-flight WiFi starting with their 787-9.

Vistara’s 787-9s feature 30 Business Class, 21 Premium Economy, and 248 Economy Class seats.

Business Class:

Vistara has chosen the Stelia Aerospace Symphony seat which is the same seat found on Singapore Airlines’ 787-10 Business Class.

Business Class features:

  • 44” seat pitch with a full flatbed with 76” length
  • Personal stowage compartment
  • AC and USB power outlet
  • 18” HD personal entertainment screen with a video handset
  • Seat ambient lighting

Premium Economy Class:

Vistara becomes the first Indian airline to offer a Premium Economy Class.

Premium Economy Features:

  • 37” seat pitch
  • 13” HD personal entertainment screen
  • 6-way headrest
  • Calf and footrest
  • AC and USB power outlet

Economy Class:

Economy Class Features:

  • 31” seat pitch
  • 12” HD personal entertainment screen
  • 6-way headrest
  • USB power outlet

Vistara will initially use its 787-9 on domestic routes before planning new international destinations such as London, Tokyo, Paris, Moscow, and more.

All images per Boeing/Vistara

Congrats to Vistara on their first 787-9 Dreamliner!

What are your thoughts on their new aircraft?


It’s beautiful livery but they have to put more colour to be more beautiful 😂

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Business class, premium, and economy all looks comfy to be on. Hope they cone to Toronto one day 🤞

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It landed on Saturday last week at VIDP, I was unable to get a picture of it.

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Here’s a better image of Vistara’s Premium Economy


Hope they start flights to the United States!

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Problem with that, apparently this first 789 doesn’t have crew rest areas so they’re limited to 6-8 hour flights like London and Tokyo.

Not sure if their other 5 will be the same.

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I guess that works as well… maybe they can codeshare (they have a codeshare with JAL)

They also have codeshare agreements with Singapore Airlines, United, Lufthansa, and British Airways

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Thanks for this topic, Ishrion! I am loving Vistara’s livery on the B789. It’s darn beautiful and I love flying the new feeling with Vistara.

Just going to drop this here, if any of you would like to see this livery in the game. Vote for it!


Just voted for it!

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@Ishrion, seriously?!

Delhi to Key West? Honestly…


Not Key West 😱 There are other destinations which I think Vistara could focus on.

LMAO I wasn’t expecting anyone to see that. It was a joke because when I posted that there were already three other comments saying DEL-BOM

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And there goes my likes limit again :(

If DEL-EYW can be a thing, let’s get DEL-SJC 😃

If it were BLR-SJC, that would’ve been killer.

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