India’s budget carrier Indigo Airlines plans to add 20-25 A321 Neos to its fleet this summer as it gears up for international and domestic expansion.
Indigo Airlines chief commercial officer William Boulter said the airline had ordered 125 A321 Neos and 48 deliveries were expected this year. Over 50% of the new destinations could be on international routes, he said.
Boulter, who was speaking with the media after the inaugural run of Indigo’s Delhi-Istanbul flight, said the airline was bullish about flying to China and other international destinations.
“We are looking very seriously into other points in Southeast Asia, notably Vietnam and Myanmar. We also are looking at Saudi Arabia on the West side,” he said. Read More