Sunday, July 02, 2023

Upcoming IndiGo Airline International Flights To Launch In 2023: Baku, Hong Kong & More

India's largest domestic airline, IndiGo, is on an expansion spree and announced to connect various countries in the Central Asia and Africa via direct flights. Many of these routes announced by IndiGo Airline are not connected directly by any airline, or at least in some cases, by an Indian airline. The budget air carrier aims to dominate the international air routes like its untouched supremacy in the domestic market. Once these routes are operational, IndiGo will be connecting a total of 32 international destinations compared to 26 routes before the announcement was made early this year.   

The airline is embarking on a "massive" international expansion plan as the air carrier has now announced to connect Nairobi in Kenya and Jakarta in Indonesia with direct flights from Mumbai last month. On the other hand, IndiGo also announced to connect Tbilisi in Georgia, with direct flights from Delhi yesterday. With the launch of these three flights, the total cities connected by international flights of IndiGo stand at 29, while the airline connects 107 destinations overall.

IndiGo Airline announced to launch 6 new routes in 2023, taking its tally from 26 to 32 in 2023. While direct flights to Georgia, Indonesia and Kenya have already been announced, the brand will later launch flights to Hong Kong, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. Among these, the flights to Hong Kong will be restarted as the route was closed due to Covid-19. 

The rest three will be new routes, taking the total tally of the airline to 32 international cities and 110 overall. In a statement issued earlier, IndiGo said that they will launch direct flights from Delhi to Baku, Azerbaijan in August and in September to Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. "Delhi will get connected in August to Tbilisi, Georgia & Baku, Azerbaijan and in September to Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and Almaty, Kazakhstan," IndiGo said in a release.

02/07/2023 ZeeNews

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