IndiGo expands footprint in Gulf market, launches Chandigarh – Dubai flight

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August 11, 2016 3:58 PM

Budget carrier IndiGo is further expanding its network with the introduction of new flights

ETW StaffMumbai

Budget carrier IndiGo is further expanding its network with the introduction of new flights. Effective September 26, 2016, IndiGo will operate a daily non – stop flight between Chandigarh and Dubai, alongside a second daily flight between Chandigarh and Delhi. These new operations will further expand the airline’s network to 812 daily flights connecting 40 destinations across India and internationally.

Speaking on the launch of the Dubai flight, Aditya Ghosh, president, IndiGo, said, “We are excited about the introduction of new flight launch from Chandigarh to Dubai. Chandigarh has been promising for us at IndiGo. We are excited to provide an international connection from Chandigarh which has been a long standing request from the people of the city. The new service connecting Chandigarh with Dubai will reinforce our commitment to Punjab and Haryana. This will also provide increased convenience for customers travelling from Himachal Pradesh and other adjoining cities of Punjab and Haryana.”

The Chandigarh – Dubai flight will offer an all-inclusive return fare of Rs 10,000. With this launch, IndiGo will become the first airline to connect Chandigarh with Dubai.

Ghosh added, “IndiGo is committed to create an air transportation network across the country and addition of these new flights is a reflection of the same. It is our constant endeavour to provide more flexibility of choice to our customers as IndiGo continues to offer them on time, hassle free and always affordable flying experience.”

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