Delhi Airport Terminal 1 is caught up in a legal battle between Delhi International Airport Limited and IndiGo. Everyone wants the best solution but one’s best isn’t good for the other. Here is how this is playing out in the court.
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IndiGo will add 6 more passenger seats to each aeroplane starting with all aircraft they will take delivery of in November 2017 onwards. Here is how they will take the capacity from 180 to 186.
In a shocking incident, a passenger was dragged and beaten up by Indigo employees on the tarmac of the Delhi Airport. The airline kept mum about this for over three weeks before this came out in the open.
The Merry Go Around around the Delhi Airport Terminal 2 continues. GoAir is moving to Delhi Airport Terminal 2 this weekend, but SpiceJet and IndiGo are not moving till January 2018.
IndiGo Regional will have seats facing each other and non-reclining setup. Here is the newest regional operation in the country!
Indigo is finally moving into regional flights with ATR turboprop planes. They will have their first flight in December 2017. Tickets are already on sale. Here are all the details on how to score a seat.
Indigo is planning to start operations of their ATR later this year. The first planes will be based in Hyderabad, and operate on various routes from there.
Did you know you could get your food on IndiGo a full 50% cheaper. Here is how to go about this travel hack
Indigo is offering a nice INR 1,111 onwards sale with a 11% cashback bringing the price down to INR 999 or so. Here are all the details for this sweet promotion.
Indigo is exploring the potential to launch low-cost long-haul flights, stepping up from their regional model of flying. And they’ve made a big bet in this regard. They want to buy the juicy chunks of Air India, the international operation and the profitable low-cost subsidiary called Air India Express.