The airline operates in about 22 cities in the country.
Tata and Singapore Airlines' (SIA) joint venture, Vistara, launched a 48-hour sale on Tuesday with ticket fares starting from Rs 1,099.
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The sale, which is launched on the eve of Independence Day, offers a 50 percent cashback to the State Bank of India debit or credit card holders.
The offer is available for economy and premium economy class flyers for the dates between September 14 and October 10, while business class flyers can avail the offer for journey between August 22 and October 10.
The Tata SIA Airlines Limited operates Vistara airlines, wherein Tata Sons holds 51 percent stake and Singapore airlines owns 49 percent. The airline operates in about 22 cities in the country.
Disclosure: Vistara is one of the launch partners of CNBC-TV18.com.