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Low-cost airliner IndiGo has introduced six new flights on its route connecting various destinations with effect from February 1.
The daily schedule would witness addition of a new non- stop flight between Delhi and Bagdogra, non-stop flight between Kolkata and Bagdogra and Bangaluru-Chennai, non-stop flight between Chennai-Kolkata, ninth non-stop filght between
Mumbai-Bangalore and one stop flight between Chennai and Bagdogra via Kolkata, IndiGo said in a statement.
With a fleet of 74 new Airbus A320 Aircraft, the airliner operates 458 flights connecting 35 destinations across the globe, it said.
"With the increased flow of tourist and business traffic to and from the six cities,we are providing our passengers the opportunity to experience hassle-free and on-time performance that IndiGo is synonymous with," IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh