New Delhi: No-frills carrier Indigo Airlines on Friday said it will increase frequencies on the domestic and international routes this summer as it adds nine aircraft to its fleet by the year end.
Though IndiGo has no plans to expand its international footprint as of now, "this year, we are concentrating on increasing our frequencies in the international and domestic routes in the summer schedule," the airline's President, Aditya Ghosh, said on the sidelines of an AIMA function in New Delhi.
IndiGo, the only airline which has reported profits in the past few quarters, is further enhancing its customer experience with the launch of 12 new flights on its network. At present, it operates 307 daily flights connecting 31 destinations across the nation and abroad.
He said the airline plans to add nine aircraft to its fleet this calendar year, taking the total fleet size to 60....more
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