On the back of expansion in international routes, Indian low-cost carrier Indigo is confident about this festive season. IndiGo, the largest airline in terms of market share and fleet size in India, has added over 20 international routes in the past six months.
The expansion included new routes and the resumption of certain routes to South East Asia. It forayed for the first time to Central Asia & Africa. Jakarta, Nairobi, Almaty, Tashkent, Baku, and Tbilisi are the new international destinations added to the network.
The airline has also expanded International connections from Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, and Goa. IndiGo will be restarting flights from Delhi to Hong Kong and Delhi-Male operations from November 1.
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