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IndiGo is an Indian Low-cost airline headquartered at Gurgaon, India.

 

It is the largest airline in India in terms of passengers flown with market share of 36.5% as of September 2015.

 

The airline offers more than 647 daily flights connecting to 39 destinations including 5 international destinations with its primary hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. It presently operates a fleet of 104 aircraft belonging to the Airbus A320 family. In 2014, IndiGo carried 21.4 million passengers in the domestic sector alone.

 

Being a low-cost carrier, IndiGo offers only economy class seating accommodating 180 passengers per aircraft.

 

To keep fares low, IndiGo does not provide complimentary meals in any of its flights, though it does have a buy-on board in-flight meal programme. No in-flight entertainment is available and Hello 6E is the in-flight magazine published by IndiGo. IndiGo offers premium services, where the passengers can avail additional benefits like a pre-assigned seat, multiple cancellations and priority check-in at a higher fare.

 

 


 

 

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27th March 2017

IndiGo will commence flight operations to Benaluru, Mumbai and from Mangaluru from 1st May 2017
The Magaluru - Bengaluru sector, IndiGo will become the early flight arriving from Bengaluru at 6:30am, from May. As the flight will depart form Bengaluru at 5.30 am. This service will provide early morning connectivity between the 2 cities. Passengers will reach Bengaluru at 7:55am.

 

As of May 2016, IndiGo operates 679 daily flights to 40 destinations, 35 in India and 5 abroad. It has its primary hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. In January 2011, IndiGo received a license to operate international flights after completing five years of operations. IndiGo's first international service was launched between New Delhi and Dubai on 1 September 2011. International services were later expanded to serve Bangkok, Singapore, Muscat and Kathmandu. The airline is considering launch of flights to Kunming, China.

 


 

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Popular Routes

 

Mumbai   Delhi 

 

Mumbai   Goa

 

Bengaluru   Delhi

 

Bengaluru    Goa

 

Chennai  Bengaluru

 

Delhi     Goa

 

 
 


The Fleet

 

Airbus A320-200

 

 

 

 

 

Airbus A320-neo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indira Gandhi International Airport

HUB Airport

 

Indira Gandhi International Airport is one of the busiest airports in India in terms of passenger traffic, cargo traffic and international traffic. Airlines that fly to and from Indira Gandhi International Airport include Air India, Go Air , Asiana Airlines, Turkish Airlines , British Airlines and Etihad.

 

 

 


 

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Indigo is the domestic low cost airline operating from Delhi International Airport, India. IndiGo flights IndiGo is the no frills airline operating low cost, no frills flights to seventeen domestic Indian towns and cities. As is the trend with no frills airlines IndiGo offers a low basic fare and everything else has to be paid for. An inflight food and beverage service is provided or you can self cater and take your own snacks on board. You will, however, enjoy 20kgs of free checked luggage. Formed in 2006 when IndiGo operated it’s first route with just one aircraft the airline has steadily grown and now operates to seventeen Indian airports and operates 120 flights each day. Not exactly massive compared with it’s competition but IndiGo does operate a very modern fleet of Airbus A320-200 aircraft each with a seating capacity for 180 passengers. Being a "point to point" airline you will need to allow plenty of transfer time if you are booking connecting flights as all low cost airlines will not be responsible in any way for missed connections. IndiGo Indian Flights IndiGo is a relatively new airline and is making inroads into the extremely competitive Indian aviation sector. Serving both the leisure and business markets IndiGo recognise they have to offer the highest level of customer survive alongside value for money fares - and a recent award would indicate that they have been successful. In 2007 they were voted the Best Low-Fare Carrier in India for the year” by the Air Passengers Association of India and the award was based on value for money, punctuality, connectivity, safety, refunds and baggage handling. Ticket prices are always competitive and like all low cost airlines the earlier you book, the better the chance of getting a really cheap fare. For low fare availability just complete the "Look and Book" section on this page.Fast growing Indian low cost carrier, IndiGo has launched a new daily service between its home base in Delhi (DEL) and the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu (KTM) in Nepal. This follows recent internatinal route launches to Bangkok , Dubai and Singapore, all from Delhi and Mumbai plus Muscat from Mumbai. Indigo goes into direct competition with India's most dynamic low cost carrier, SpiceJet ,who operate twice daily on the route from Delhi to Kathmandu. Also Air India, Jet Airways , Jet Lite, Kingfisher and Nepal Airlines all operate flights between the two capital cities. Alternative Airlines has a special relationship with SpiceJet, please call us on 0871 2229222 (44 1293 874920) to make bookings for flights to Kathmandu from Delhi. For UK originating passengers we have an arrangement where there is no need to enter India at Delhi Airport before transferring directly from a Virgin Atlantic flight from London to the SpiceJet flight to Kathmandu. This means that, by prior arrangement, your luggage can be passed directly from Virgin to SpeiceJet who use the same terminal in Delhi and there is no need to purchase a visa to enter India as you will not need to exit from the transit area . This make a price competitive way to get to and from Kathmandu. Please call us for details. Following SpiceJet, India’s fast growing low-cost carrier, which started international flights in October by offering services to Sri Lanka and Nepal, competing Indian airline, IndiGo has announced plans to fly to the Middle East, Southeast Asia and other South Asian destinations. Airlines in India have to fly domestically for at least five years before they can start overseas services, under government rules and IndiGo's plans will not be possible before August 2011. Low-cost carrier IndiGo has just placed firm orders for 180 Airbus 320 aircraft at an estimated cost of $ 15.6 billion. The order is the single largest for jets, in terms of volume, to be ever placed in the commercial aviation history. Deliveries of the 180 single-aisle planes will run from 2016 to 2025. In 2010 SpiceJet ordered 60 new aircraft, comprised of 30 aircraft from both Bombardier Inc. and Boeing Co. SpiceJet aims to more than double fleet in the three years.

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