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After launching 58 flights in the Indian skies, since January 2012, IndiGo, countrys youngest and fastest growing carrier is further enhancing its customer experience with an introduction of four new flights in its network. Effective June 25, Indias favourite on-time performer will bring Pune closer to Hyderabad and Delhi. IndiGo will now operate its second daily and direct flight between Delhi and Pune, and its new daily & direct flight between Hyderabad and Pune. These flights will give more choice to business and leisure travelers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options. These new services will further consolidate IndiGos position as the fastest growing airline in India, with its 57 brand new Airbus A320 aircraft, flying daily 355 flights connecting 32 destinations across the nation. Speaking on the occasion,Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo, said, It gives me immense pleasure in announcing these new flights connecting Pune to Delhi and Hyderabad. IndiGo is determined to provide the best travel experience to all those who wish to fly these destination. We are looking at providing affordable fares on these new routes for 6E travelers. We are looking at providing affordable fares on these new routes for 6E travelers. It is our constant endeavor to provide more flexibility of choice for our customers as IndiGo continues to offer them on-time, hassle-free and always affordable flying experience. Additionally, IndiGo recently announced the expansion of its international operations effective with the introduction of new flights between the cities of Hyderabad-Dubai, Chennai-Dubai and Kochi-Dubai. These new flights will be operational effective August, 2012. IndiGo will be offering introductory return fare of INR 11200 (or AED 734) on the new flights. 6E passengers who wish to fly to Dubai and Bangkok can plan their travel in advance by booking tickets through IndiGos official website:www.goindigo.in
IndiGo, Indias largest and fastest growing carrier will expand its international operations with the introduction of new flights between the cities of Hyderabad-Dubai, Chennai-Dubai and Kochi-Dubai. In addition, IndiGo will start its second daily and direct flight between Delhi-Dubai and Delhi-Bangkok sectors. These new flights will be operational effective August, 2012. IndiGo will be offering introductory return fare of INR 11200 (or AED 734) on the new flights. 6E passengers who wish to fly to Dubai and Bangkok can plan their travel in advance by booking tickets through IndiGos official website:www.goindigo.in Speaking on the occasion,Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo, said, Having launched our international operations last year in September 2012, it has been a great encouragement for us to receive strong response from our passengers. In line with our endeavor to meet the requirements of both business and leisure travelers, IndiGo has opened ticket bookings effective today on its Dubai route. IndiGo, Effective August this year we will add new flights connecting Dubai to Indias key destinations like Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kochi. Mr. Ghosh further added, We are looking at providing affordable fares on these new routes for 6E travelers. IndiGo will continue to expand its network to meet the requirements of both business and leisure travelers wherever they demand it. It is our constant endeavour to provide more flexibility of choice for our customers as IndiGo continues to offer them on-time, hassle-free and always affordable flying experience."
Adding another WOW to its unmatchable customer experience, IndiGo, Indias coolest and fastest growing airline has enhanced its customer experience by launching its new Arabic website in Dubai market today. Honorable Mr. M.K. Lokesh, Indian Ambassador to the UAE along with IndiGo President, Mr. Aditya Ghosh presided over a formal launch ceremony of the Arabic website at a press briefing at Dubai today. This newly launched Arabic website has been specifically designed for both business and leisure travelers based in entire Middle East Region. Besides providing a fresh approach to the overall travel experience, the new website will distinctly display International Standard Arabic language. All the numeric figures will be displayed in English. Additionally, 6E travelers will continue to have wider choices to make payments in AED, INR, OMR, NPR or SGD. Speaking on the occasion,Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo, said, Our endeavour is to provide the best-in-class experience to all our customers. At IndiGo, everything is geared to understand the cultural sensitivities from the food we serve to the languages we speak. Therefore, the launch of this new Arabic website in Dubai is to bring the local feel alive for the people of UAE. With an introduction of this customer friendly initiative, IndiGo is the only Indian carrier operating out of UAE to have launched this Arabic website. The timing of the launch of the Arabic Website coincides well with launch of additional 4 new flights between Dubai and India. Mr. Ghosh further added, The launch of Arabic website reflects IndiGos commitment to the entire Middle East Region and the importance it gives to growing ties between the two cultures. We will continue to work hard to increase low fare travel options between India and this region. Dubai/UAE being a key market for IndiGo, the low cost carrier has recently announced the expansion of its international operations with an introduction of new flights connecting Dubai with various southern destinations in India. Effective August 2012, IndiGo will operate new flights between the cities of Hyderabad-Dubai, Chennai-Dubai and Kochi-Dubai. In addition, IndiGo will start its second daily and direct flights between Delhi-Dubai and Delhi-Bangkok sectors. These new flights will be operational effective August, 2012. IndiGo will be offering introductory return fare of AED 734* or INR 11200 on the new flights. 6E passengers who wish to fly to Dubai and Bangkok can plan their travel in advance by booking tickets through IndiGos official website:http://book.goindigo.in/skylights/cgi-bin/skylights.cgi?language=AR&country=OM Honorable Mr. M.K. Lokesh, Indian Ambassador, said, IndiGo is known for its consistency and professionalism and they are always open to new ideas. This is a pioneering effort that has never been done before in Dubai by any Indian carrier - keeping with the high standards that IndiGo has set in the Indian skies. I am very pleased to see IndiGos commitment to re-define the standards in the airline business in the UAE. As Indias coolest and fastest growing airline, IndiGo has constantly re-defined the standards in the airline business. For IndiGo, the launch of this Arab website is yet another effort to enhance the entire customer experience courteous, hassle-free and cool. Associated with crisp advertising campaigns, widest range of food items on board, fun packaging, irresistible in-flight merchandise, and innovations such as Q busters and boarding ramps, IndiGo has constantly focused on new initiatives to make travel a memorable experience for its travelers. As the youngest, yet the fastest growing airline of India, IndiGo has flown over 45 million passengers since its inception in 2005. *Disclaimer: All regulatory taxes, fees & charges extra.
In yet another milestone, IndiGo, the countrys innovative carrier conducted the first ever Required Navigation Performance (RNP) approach in regular airline operations today, while landing at Kochi on their scheduled flight, 6E 345 from Bengaluru. IndiGo has collaborated with Quovadis, a subsidiary of Airbus, the Airports Authority of India (AAI), and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to enable an even more secure and safe landing procedure at the Kochi International Airport. IndiGo becomes the first carrier in India authorized to implement this effective, fuel-saving practice. The Kochi International Airport is Indias seventh busiest airport, and equipped with one ILS (Instrument Landing System) on runway 27 and a VOR (both ground based installations) that are used for guidance for landing procedures on both ends of the runway. IndiGo has been working with Airbus and the government to develop and implement the RNP procedure, which brings great benefits to both the authorities and IndiGo: Accurate flight path on contained and secure trajectories A shorter flight path, saving 75 KM for IndiGo on each approach, which is approximately 400 kgs of fuel saving per landing, and a corresponding amount of reduction of greenhouse gas emissions Freedom from dependence on conventional ground based navigation installations by using on board systems and Global Positioning System (satellite based positioning) Easier traffic management in non-radar environments The entire process that has been successfully validated on Airbus simulators and in the aircraft, has now been flown successfully in regular commercial operations by IndiGo on its Airbus A320 on June 23, 2012. Elaborating on this - another first undertaken by the countrys best on-time performer - Mr. Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo,said, "We are looking forward to commercially flying RNP approaches at Kochi airport in the future. This new technology will enable tangible cost savings which in turn will have a positive impact on our overall operational efficiency. But more importantly, we are excited about partnering in this significant step towards improving Air Traffic Management in India and making it an even safer and greener environment to fly in. The development of more such approaches in India will also go a long way towards improving safety and efficiency. IndiGo was the first airline in India to test and develop this approach in 2012 in partnership with Quovadis, an Airbus subsidiary, DGCA, and AAI. Additionally, 6E was the first to actually test fly the approach at Kochi on 8 Dec 2012. Todays flight marks the culmination of these efforts, as this approach can now be flown in regular commercial operations after IndiGos approval by DGCA, thus regularly resulting in the safety, cost and environmental benefits as enumerated above. RNP approaches, which can be flown by all IndiGo aircraft, are a great way to achieve savings while promoting safety. This form of navigation has the necessary flexibility to optimize and protect trajectories from terrain and obstacles. The RNP project in Kochi has been co-financed by Airbus and the French Civil Aviation Authority. The task was led by Quo Vadis, a wholly owned Airbus subsidiary dedicated to Performance Based Navigation (PBN)