India’s low-cost privatised airline GoAir today announced it’s network expansion. With this announcement, the company will merge two new A320neos delivered from the European aviation major Airbus Hamburg and Toulouse plant.
On the announcement of this inclusion, GoAir managing director Jeh Wadia said the new seasonals would help the company launch flights to Singapore and Aizawl in addition to increasing demand. He also added that they plan to add at least one aircraft on an average every month. The airline will expect to commence its operations for 8th international and 25th domestic destination - Singapore and Aizawl, subjected to regulatory approval. In June 2011, the airline reportedly ordered 72 new A320neo aircraft valued at approximately Rs 32,400 crores.
GoAir has also increased the daily flight to about 41%, from 230 in the last year to 325 in the same year. It is also noted that GoAir will start four new flights from Chandigarh International Airport, and has already increased two flights between Chandigarh-Delhi and Ahmedabad-Chandigarh. It is worth noting that GoAir had also announced new flights connecting Delhi and Patna back in August which were to be available till October until the commencement of the winter schedule. Also, GoAir is the low-cost carrier in India which boasts of having the best on-time performance 12 months in a row.