On Friday, Vistara said that it will allow its customers to directly search and book tickets on its flights using Google. Passengers will be able to use the "Book on Google" feature that the full-service airline has integrated to avoid being directed to any other website.
"We are sure that this new 'Book on Google' feature will enable an even more hassle-free experience and bring greater convenience to our customers," said Vistara chief commercial officer Vinod Kannan.
The airline said this new feature has been made possible through a technology partnership with Amadeus.
Customers will have to first login with their Google account and details such as name and contact details will be filled automatically.
On searching for flights on Google, users will be able to book Vistara flights directly without being directed to any other website.
"Customers will also progressively be able to view and purchase optional upgrades, pre-purchase additional baggage allowance, seat selection, and much more on the same Google interface," the airline said.
Payment can be made using options saved on the user's Google account or a new credit/debit card.