Indigo expands its wings in India and abroad, to launch 10 new flights

New Delhi: Domestic budget airline IndiGo will add 10 more flights, including a third daily service to Dubai from the national capital in New Delhi as part of its network expansion plans.

The addition of these services would take the total number of flights operated by the Gurgaon-based airline to 700
per day.

introducing new flights. Reuters

introducing new flights. Reuters

Promoted by Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal, the now-listed airline is currently the largest airline by market
share, which stood at 37.2 per cent in December 2015.

IndiGo is launching 10 new flights across its domestic and international network. The airline will connect Delhi to
Dubai with its third flight, starting tomorrow, a release said.

The budget carrier would now operate more than 20 daily services to Dubai from eight Indian airports -- Bengaluru,
Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kozhikode, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram.

At present it flies to 39 domestic destinations besides Muscat, Dubai, Bangkok, Kathmandu and Singapore.

In addition, IndiGo will commence its non-stop flight between Bengaluru and Patna, Ranchi and Bengaluru effective
February 15, the release said adding the airline will also begin operations between Delhi and Chandigarh and Jaipur and Pune.

Chandigarh will also be connected to Kochi via Delhi while Delhi - Lucknow route will now have eight daily non-stop
flights, starting February 18, the airline said.


Updated Date: Feb 09, 2016 22:03 PM

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