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Indigo launches new ‘Super 6E’ fare

Indigo has announced that it has launched a new type of fare – ‘Super 6E’. The airline states that the new offering has been introduced “to enhance the flying experience on its domestic network”.

The new ‘Super 6E’ fare will include:

  • Extra 10 kilograms baggage allowance
  • Free seat selection including XL (Extra legroom) seat
  • Meal/Snack combo
  • Priority check-in
  • Priority baggage
  • Priority boarding
  • Delayed and lost baggage protection service
  • No change fee
  • Reduced cancellation fee
  • No convenience fee

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Basically, we can say that it is a Business Class fare, with the difference being that the passenger will not have lounge access and the passenger will sit in a standard Economy Class seat rather than a Business Class seat.

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

IndiGo is constantly looking to innovate and offer a seamless and hassle-free travel experience for our customers. With the advent of the summer holiday season, customers can avail these Super 6E benefits under a single fare, while having maximum flexibility and control on their travel plans. At IndiGo we are constantly working towards offering the best travel experience aboard our lean, clean, flying machine.

India’s largest airline says that “the offer has been designed to provide the most sought-after services under a single fare for passengers who want to have all services bundled in single fare”. Passengers will be able to opt for Super 6E, only at the time of booking. This service is available on the Indigo website presently and will be made available on other channels in a phased manner.

Meanwhile, in April 2022, Indigo resumed international flights on more than 150 routes.

Featured image by Indigo

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