IndiGo earlier added a number of domestic and international flights from Mumbai T2. IndiGo has further increased their presence from Mumbai and Delhi Terminal 2.
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IndiGo announced a huge domestic expansion from Mumbai Terminal 2. They have followed it up by adding flights to Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. from Mumbai.
IndiGo has announced new domestic flights out of Mumbai’s Terminal 2. This expansion will take the IndiGo passengers to a new domestic flying experience for the first time, and would be welcome.
In spite of their denials, many Indian airlines, such as IndiGo and SpiceJet continue to aspire to fly to London. Here is how their plans look in the summer of 2019 schedule. Will it take off is another ball game altogether.
Dubai International airport (DXB) will refurbish the runway in April/May 2019. Some flights are cancelled while some have shifted to Dubai World Central (DWC).
IndiGo had launched double daily flights to Istanbul. While the first flight (6E 11/12) is operating daily, the second frequency (6E 15/16) is cancelled for now.
IndiGo has started codesharing with Turkish Airlines on flights to Europe. You can now book flights to numerous European destinations on IndiGo from all Indian cities under IndiGo’s network.
IndiGo’s first flight to Istanbul takes off tomorrow. IndiGo will operate the sector with its newest acquisition, the A321neo. With the Pakistani airspace closure, however, the flight is now scheduled to be operated one-stop.
IndiGo is doubling down on Istanbul, even before they launch their first flight to Istanbul in the first place. In the coming days, you will see a double daily to Istanbul from IndiGo.
Airbus has put a business case for the A330neo in front of IndiGo and SpiceJet. Both airlines have intentions of starting long-haul international flights.
Airlines in India are having a tough time. More than 80 aircraft are on the ground at this point of time due to various reasons. Currently, the aircraft on ground exceeds the fleet size of SpiceJet.