On an average 70-100 women passengers travelling alone have availed of the service, #VistaraWomanFlyer, every day and a total of 8,000 have signed up for it since the launch of the scheme in March, the airline said.
The scheme, #VistaraWomanFlyer, also lets women select their preferred seat at the time of booking a flight as well as during web check-in.
A top official of the full-service carrier said that these women-centric moves were offered following feedback gathered from passengers.
"As part of this optional service, solo women travellers are not assigned middle seats, again based on feedback and intuitive thoughtfulness," Chief Strategy & Commercial Officer, Vistara, Sanjiv Kapoor told PTI.
In order to avail help with baggage or with transport, passengers need to approach Vistara staff at baggage claim area holding a #VistaraWomanFlyer placard, he said, adding that they will also be extended help with booking a taxi and escorted up to the vehicle.