IndiGo To Start Flights On Delhi-Chengdu Route From September


Low-cost carrier Interglobe Aviation Ltd. said it will start its daily non-stop flight on the Delhi-Chengdu route from Sept. 15 onwards, marking its entry into the Chinese market. “This is truly a milestone moment for all of us at IndiGo,”said William Boulter, its chief commercial officer.

“India is witnessing a much higher growth rate with respect to aviation and currently, the India-China route is underserved by Indian carriers.” “China is a market with immense potential and holds prominent trade, cultural and tourism values. We hope to further strengthen this relation by announcing our entry into China,” he said.

While the low-cost carrier is operating on five other international routes in Asia, the new flight from September 15 will make Chengdu the airline’s 19th international destination.  Read More

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