Indigo to fly to these new international destinations! Plan your trip now
IndiGo has revamped its international flights by introducing six new routes that will connect Mumbai and New Delhi with the Middle Eastern countries.
Flyers rejoice! Budget passenger carrier IndiGo has revamped its international flights by introducing six new routes that will connect Mumbai and New Delhi with the Middle Eastern countries. According to the airline officials, the flights will be operational from July 25 and August 5 respectively. IndiGo will initiate non-stop flights between Delhi with Jeddah while Mumbai will be connected with Kuwait.
Moreover, the airline will also launch a non-stop daily flight between Mumbai and Dubai to meet the increasing demand in the sector.
The non-stop flight 6E 83 Mumbai-Dubai will operate from July 25 at a ticket price of Rs 7,770 while the return flight 6E 84 will cost the flyer Rs 7, 548. Meanwhile the non-stop flight 6E 1766 Mumbai-Kuwait will begin from August 5 at a ticket cost of Rs 11,499 with a return trip flight 6E 1767 at Rs 13,999.
The 6E 1741 Delhi-Jeddah daily flight will also begin its operations from July 25 at a flight ticket cost of Rs 15,899. The passenger will have a ticket price of Rs 14,999 for the return trip flight 6E 1742, between the national capital and the middle eastern city.
William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo, comments on the development by stating that the new routes will reflect the carrier's unflinching commitment towards international operations.
He further added that the airline's mission is to boost the economic growth in India, as well promoting trade, tourism and mobility. He said that the times are exciting for the industry and that the company is optimistic with several opportunities it will contribute towards India`s socio-economic growth.
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