Indigo has announced the resumption of scheduled international flights on more than 150 routes from multiple cities in India. The announcement comes as India has finally resumed scheduled international flights for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Indigo will resume scheduled flights to the following destinations in a phased manner through the month of April 2022:
- Damman, Saudi Arabia
- Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
- Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Doha, Qatar
- Bangkok, Thailand
- Phuket, Thailand
- Colombo, Sri Lanka
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Kathmandu, Nepal
- Malé, Maldives
- Dhaka, Bangladesh
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These flights will operate from:
Flights to some of the above-mentioned destinations had been operating under air-bubble agreements with the respective countries. Indigo has already re-started scheduled flights to Thailand from 27th March 2022.
William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, Indigo, said:
We are pleased to resume our scheduled international operations. Following the easing of restrictions, we are witnessing a huge demand for international travel. We hope that this enhanced connectivity with various destinations across the continent will provide a boost to the travel and tourism sector, while proving to be a catalyst for economic revival. As India’s leading airline, IndiGo remains committed to play its part in helping the nation bounce back. We will do so via our signature on-time, courteous and hassle-free service at affordable fares, across an unparalleled network.
Additionally, Indigo has opened bookings for flights to Muscat and Kuala Lumpur starting operations in May 2022 and for flights to Istanbul from Delhi starting operations in June 2022.
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