'IndiGo will double its services on international and domestic routes', the airline's CEO said this

Indigo: Seeking to strengthen and expand its position globally, Elbers told PTI in an interview that the next big leap for Indigo will be to double its size by the end of the decade.

Mar 27, 2024 - 14:24
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'IndiGo will double its services on international and domestic routes', the airline's CEO said this

IndiGo CEO Peter Albers has said that he aims to double the size of the company's services by 2030 with new domestic and international routes. India's largest airline, with a share of just over 60 per cent in the domestic market, is also betting big on purchasing the A321 XLR aircraft. This aircraft can become part of the company's fleet in 2025.

Seeking to strengthen and expand its position globally, Albers told PTI in an interview that the next big leap for IndiGo will be to double its size by the end of the decade.

For the next financial year starting April 2024, the IndiGo chief said seat capacity is to be taken to double digits and one aircraft is coming every week. Amid the Pratt & Whitney engine crisis along the supply chain, Albers also stressed that the airline is taking a number of measures that are proving to be effective.

The 17-year-old IndiGo airline operates flights to 33 foreign and 88 domestic locations. It possesses over 360 aircraft in its fleet. As of right now, American Airlines, Turkish Airlines, British Airways, Qatar Airways, KLM-AirFrance, Qantas, Jetstar, and Virgin Atlantic are codeshare partners with IndiGo. By using codesharing, an airline can book its passengers on partner airlines and offer convenient, seamless travel to various locations.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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