IndiGo, Indias fastest growing airline has announced Kathmandu as its fifth international destination on the airlines growing international network. Commencing on October 28, 2011, the airline will offer daily flight services between New Delhi and Kathmandu at an affordable return fare of INR 4999 or NPR 8063 (All inclusive). The first 6E-31 flight from New Delhi will fly out from Terminal-3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport to Kathmandu, offering convenient and hassle-free flying options. Both corporate and leisure customers travelling to and from Kathmandu will now have the opportunity to experience the matchless on-time performance that IndiGo is synonymous with in the Indian skies. IndiGo has also recently announced the launch of Dubai, Bangkok, Singapore and Muscat as the other international destinations connecting from New Delhi and Mumbai. The carriers expansion in the international skies has further consolidated its position as the fastest growing low cost carrier in the world. Speaking on the achievement, Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo,said, Kathmandu is a key market for us and holds a lot of promise. IndiGo will continue to keep its promise of providing low fares on the New Delhi-Kathmandu-New Delhi routes as well. We hope to provide the much needed avenue for countless Indians to explore wider horizons and at the same time open up the doors to more and more overseas travellers to experience India. Mr. Ghosh added, We are happy to receive good response on our other international flights connecting to Dubai, Bangkok, Singapore and Muscat. We hope to create the same magic and success in the international market and look forward to a great experience with our customers. It is our consistent endeavour to make the journey hassle-free for our customers and provide them high quality experience at the best yet affordable prices. IndiGo has appointed M/S President International Pvt Ltd as its General Sales Agent for Kathmandu.
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