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IndiGo rings in the new year by introducing 8 daily flights across 6 cities

Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo

Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo

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New Delhi: Ringing in the New Year, IndiGo announced the launch of its fifth daily non-stop flight to Pune. Effective January 04, 2015, IndiGo would introduce 5th daily non-stop flight between Delhi-Ahmedabad, Delhi-Pune and Pune-Bengaluru. In addition, IndiGo would fly its 6th daily non-stop flight between Mumbai and Ahmedabad from January 05, 2015. These new flights will further consolidate IndiGo’s position as the fastest growing airline in India, with 564 daily flights, across 88 aircraft and 37 destinations.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo said, “The new flights to Pune are testimony of our commitment towards seamless connectivity between metro and regional cities and across the country’s corners bringing more and more people closer to their dreams and new opportunities. We hope holiday and business travellers as well as many students across the six cities – Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Agartala – would find the new flights attractive and convenient.”
Last month, IndiGo had also announced the addition of Kozhikode as its 32nd domestic and 37th overall destination in its network. EffectiveJanuary 01, 2105, the schedule introduces six new daily non-stop flights including new daily non-stop flights between Kozhikode and Dubai, daily non-stop flights between Kozhikode and Mumbai, daily flights between Kozhikode & Delhi (via Mumbai) and 15th daily non-stop flight between Delhi and Mumbai. Also effective January 1, 2015, IndiGo has started its 4th non-stop flight between Kolkata and Agartala.
Effective December 15, 2014, IndiGo has also launched daily non-stop flight between Bengaluru and Dubai. This will be IndiGo’s very first International flight out of Bengaluru.

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