India-based Vistara received its first Airbus A321neo featuring fully-flat beds.
The joint venture between India's TATA group and Singapore Airlines welcomed the aircraft upon arrival in New Delhi after it left Airbus' final assembly lines in Hamburg, Germany.
According to Vistara, it is the first South Asian airline to operate narrow-body aircraft with fully-flat beds.
The new A321neo features 188 seats in a three-class layout. Included are 12 lie-flat business class, 24 premium, and 152 economy seats. Each seat features USB charging ports and HD touch-screen monitors to enjoy Vistara's inflight entertainment options.
Vistara A321neo Fully Flat-Bed Business Class Seats (Image Credit: Vistara)
Vistara A321neo Premium Economy Seats (Image Credit: Vistara)