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IndiGo Announces 19 New Connecting Flights To Portugal And Switzerland Via Turkey

IndiGo announces 19 connecting flights via Turkey to Portugal and Switzerland as part of its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines.

IndiGo announced the commencement of connecting flights through Turkey to Portugal and Switzerland as part of its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines in an effort to improve global connectivity.

The private carrier IndiGo, in a statement, said that customers looking to travel between India and Europe during the next holiday season will have additional options and capacity because of these new routes and frequencies, which are in effect as of November 23. It added that these flights will accommodate both leisure and business travellers.

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They currently provide 19 connecting flights through Istanbul to places like Basel, Lisbon, Geneva and Porto, all while taking into account customer demand.

IndiGo’s Head of Global Sales, Vinay Malhotra, said that travel from India to Turkey, Portugal and Switzerland is in high demand, as they have witnessed. They currently provide 19 connecting flights through Istanbul to places like Basel, Lisbon, Geneva and Porto, all while taking into account customer demand.

He added that this will increase capacity on certain routes, improve international connectivity, and lower the cost of travel. He emphasized that they will work to uphold their promise of reasonable rates, timely service, courteous staff, and hassle-free operations.

These destinations are well-known for having stunning natural tourism attractions all year round. Portugal welcomes millions of domestic and foreign visitors. Tourists visit to see cities, historical attractions, beaches, or religious locations.

On the other side, Turkey caters to the interests of history-loving tourists who commonly visit the ruins of the former Armenian capital Ani, the Cappadocia rock gorges, the pure white travertine terraces of Pamukkale, the ancient Greek city of Ephesus, and much more.

Similar to that, Switzerland, known as Paradise on Earth, is a stunning nation that draws tourists. Despite being most well-known in the winter for its ski resorts, it is stunning all year round.

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According to the airline, these flights would not only advance global tourism, trade, and commerce but also lower the cost of travel to these locations through its direct links and increased capacity.

According to the airline, these flights would not only advance global tourism, trade, and commerce but also lower the cost of travel to these locations through its direct links and increased capacity. Christmas markets, rich culture, winter festivals, stunning beaches, architectural wonders, and of course, New Year’s celebrations will make Europe spectacular and more alluring to tourists.

Meanwhile, IndiGo revealed in a separate statement that on November 22, it launched its first ever international freighter flight between Kolkata and Yangon.

Chief Commercial officer at CarGo at Indigo, Mahesh Malik said that with flights between Kolkata and Yangon, they had extended IndiGo CarGo operations to foreign shores. Both cities are important commercial hubs, and the addition of a freighter service will strengthen the supply chain connecting India and Myanmar. He added that as they are increasing their fleet of freighters and adding new locations to the CarGo network, the business will grow over the upcoming several months as they foresee.

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India restarted international scheduled flights after a two-year service stoppage due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March of this year

Besides, India restarted international scheduled flights after a two-year service stoppage due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March of this year. International travellers will now no longer need to submit Air Suvidha or self-declaration paperwork following an announcement made by the Indian government on November 21.

Indian low-cost carrier InterGlobe Aviation Ltd., operating as IndiGo, has its headquarters in Gurgaon, Haryana. By the number of passengers carried and fleet size, it is India’s biggest airline. As of October 2022, it held a 57% share of the domestic market. In terms of the number of passengers carried and the size of its jet fleet, it ranks fourth among Asian low-cost airlines. As of November 2022, the airline had carried over 300 million passengers.

As of November 2022, IndiGo offers over 1,600 daily flights to 101 locations, including 26 foreign and 75 domestic. Delhi serves as its primary base, and it also has bases in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Kochi and Mumbai. After five years of business, IndiGo was granted a licence to run international flights in January 2011. On September 1st, 2011, IndiGo inaugurated its first international service between New Delhi and Dubai.

Edited by Prakriti Arora

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