IndiGo expands operations with 3 new flights

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IndiGo expands operationsIndiGo, India’s biggest airline by market share, has announced the launch of three new flights on its network. Effective August 15, IndiGo will operate its first daily non-stop flight on Kolkata and Visakhapatnam sector. The airline will also operate its fifth daily non-stop flight between Kolkata and Agartala and Kolkata and Hyderabad sector. The new flights will provide increased frequencies on the routes and offer greater travel options for its customers effective August 15, 2016.

“Launch of new flights resonate’ the airline’s expansion plan, and the month-on-month growth IndiGo has seen in the domestic skies. Both corporate and leisure travelers will now have the opportunity to experience the matchless on-time performance that IndiGo is synonymous with. With 812 flights connecting 40 destinations, these new flights will further consolidate IndiGo’s position as the fastest growing airline in India,” the airline said.

“Having flown over 134 million passengers till date, IndiGo has achieved immense success in the Indian skies, and continues to show steady growth. It gives me immense pleasure in announcing these new flight frequencies in the 10th year of our operation. It is our constant endeavor to provide more flexibility of choice to our customers as IndiGo continues to offer them on-time, hassle free and an always affordable flying experience,” said Aditya Ghosh, President IndiGo.

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