IndiGo to add 38 new flights to its domestic network in Sept

Kumar said that the airlines will continue to offer such new routes according to the travel demand across various sectors

IndiGo, the leading airlines in India, will be strengthening its 6E network with 38 daily flights in the month of September.


IndiGo's new addition will include 24 6E only connecting flights, two new flights and 12 other flights that it will be restarting after the second wave of the pandemic.


The airlines will operate the new flights between Raipur-Pune while they are relaunching flights between Lucknow-Ranchi, Bengaluru-Vishakhapatnam, Chennai-Indore, Lucknow-Raipur, Mumbai-Guwahati, and Ahmedabad-Indore after the second wave in September.


The airline will operate 24 6E connecting flights between Ahmedabad-Agartala (via Kolkata), Chennai-Chandigarh (via Hyderabad), Chennai-Vadodara (via Hyderabad), Kolkata-Kozhikode (via Bengaluru), KolkataCoimbatore (via Hyderabad), Chandigarh-Patna (via Lucknow), Chandigarh-Ranchi (via Lucknow), Coimbatore-Lucknow (via Hyderabad), Delhi-Silchar (via Kolkata) Chandigarh-Hyderabad (via Delhi), Hyderabad-Dibrugarh (via Kolkata) and Coimbatore-Udaipur (via Bengaluru),.


Sanjay Kumar, the IndiGo's Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer has said, “We are pleased to add 38 new flights to strengthen our domestic network."


Kumar said that these flights will serve to the rise the demand for travel and will enhance accessibility between metro and tier 2/3 cities.


Sanjay Kumar said that the airlines is strengthening connectivity between eastern, western, northern, and southern regions, surging the accessibility will additionally promote trade and commerce.


He said that IndiGo will continue to offer such new routes according to the travel demand across various sectors.


Sanjay Kumar further added that the airlines attempt is to regularly provide signature on-time, courteous and service without any inconvenience at affordable fare prices, across our unparalleled 6E network.

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