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Indigo launches payable Priority Boarding facility for its passengers

Indian low-cost carrier Indigo has launched a Priority Boarding facility for passengers.

This new service went live on 11th August 2021 for Indigo passengers, and enables passengers to board their flights on priority, while avoiding long queues at boarding gates.

Passengers can book this service on the airline’s website, Mobile App, or via the call centre during the booking process or add it later through the My Bookings portal at a cost of ₹400 per passenger per flight.

Passengers can login on to book and get more details of the offer.

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Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, Indigo, said:

At Indigo, we are always striving to enhance the travel experience for our customers. The priority boarding will not only help customers save time at boarding gates, but also ensure comfort for families and senior citizens. We are constantly working towards measures and services to strengthen air travel as the safest choice for travellers. We are confident that this option will enhance passenger comfort and trust, augmenting the overall demand for air travel. We are committed to offering an on-time, hassle-free travel experience to our customers, on-board our lean clean flying machine.

Initially, the Priority Boarding service will be available on flights between metro cities only and will be opened for the entire domestic network in a phased manner. The option will be available for a limited number of passengers per flight, on a first come first serve basis.

Meanwhile, Indigo recently launched flights from Darbhanga, Bihar. The airline will operate daily flights to Hyderabad and Kolkata from the city. Indigo has launched flights on a brand-new route connecting Hyderabad and Srinagar. The airline has also announced a new route between Lucknow and Doha and is offering 10% discount to vaccinated passengers. Indigo will launch flights to Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh too. The carrier will also be resuming flights to Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh after a brief absence and launch flights from two new cities to the Maldives. Indigo is the first airline in India to trial the IATA Travel Pass.

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