New Delhi: VistaRa said it had received its first A321neo aircraft, which has 188 seats in three-class cabin configuration, from Airbus' Hamburg production facility.
The A321neo is a narrow-body aircraft that can be used on short to medium-haul international routes that are within seven hours of flying time.
In a statement, VistaRa said this aircraft would consist of 12 seats in business class, 24 in premium economy class and 152 in economy class.
The business class seats are in 2*2 configuration while, the other two classes have 3*3 set-up.
"All of them feature 4-way adjustable headrests and movable armrests," the full-service carrier said.
"VistaRa customers will enjoy seat-back entertainment and in-seat power/USB charging ports in every seat."
In February, the airline had inducted its first wide-body aircraft -- Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner -- for long-haul international operations.