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IndiGo Adds Six New Flights, Bolstering Connectivity Between India and the Middle East

IndiGo will enhance connectivity between India and the Middle East with six new flights from the end of October. The carrier will offer new nonstop service between Hyderabad and Riyadh, while adding frequencies on the Hyderabad-Doha and Mangalore-Dubai routes.


IndiGo Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Airbus

On Monday (September 5, 2022), IndiGo announced the addition of six new flights between India and the Middle East from October 30, 2022. The carrier will launch new service between Hyderabad and Riyadh, while adding frequencies between Hyderabad and Doha, as well as from Mangalore to Dubai. The added flights are designed to cater to business and leisure travelers who are looking for new and affordable flying options. Tickets are now available for booking at go.IndiGo.in.


In Monday’s announcment, IndiGo’s Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, Mr. Sanjay Kumar, said,

“We are pleased to strengthen our network by introducing new international flights and frequencies. The new connection to Riyadh will enhance business connectivity and easy access to tourist attractions like Al Masmak Fortress, National Museum, Heet Caves, Imam Turki Bin Abdullah Grand Mosque, and Kingdom Center Tower, among others. In addition, these flights will make travel affordable to the Middle East through direct connections and additional capacity. We will strive to stay true to our promise of affordable fares, on-time performance, courteous and hassle-free service across wide network, onboard our lean clean flying machines.”


IndiGo's New Flights Between India and the Middle East - Courtesy IndiGo

Founded in 2006, IndiGo has grown into India’s largest airlines, and one of the fastest growing LCCs in the world. The carrier’s operates with a simple philosophy of providing low fares and courteous, hygienic, on-time and hassle-free service. IndiGo operates a fleet of over 275 aircraft and offers over 1,600 daily flights to 74 domestic and 26 international destinations.


Source: IndiGo

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