IndiGo flies high in the Gulf route


The airspace from India to the Gulf is getting increasingly crowded with call signs from IndiGo. The country’s biggest carrier by market-share is quietly, but aggressively, expanding in a region that sends the biggest worker remittances, and acts as a hub for onward journey to Europe or the eastern water margin of the US.

And losing out in the bargain are rivals such as Air India Express and Jet Airways, the latter reducing seat-capacity in flights to the Gulf, while the Gurgaon-based airline is doing just the reverse. IndiGo has increased its seat-capacity to the Gulf by 40% in the past one year. It now offers 26,460 weekly seats from India to Dubai, Doha, Sharjah and Muscat, the airline said. Read More…

 

Credit By : The Economics Times

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