IndiGo 6E Tiffin Special Offer for Passengers, Festive Meals and More

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The number one airline of India, IndiGo is giving passengers discounts when they book their meals beforehand from the airline’s website. Passengers can enjoy up to 15% discount when they pre-book their meals with IndiGo 6E tiffin. There are meals starting from Rs 150 which can be bought directly from the website of the airline. The thing to note here would be that these meals can’t be booked from any third-party website. Along with the discount, IndiGo is also providing passengers with festive meals. More on the story ahead.


IndiGo Passengers Festive Meals and Discounts

IndiGo is providing passengers with the option to pre-book meals on both domestic and international flights. Just a few days back, IndiGo announced that between the dates October 21 and October 27 it will be providing passengers with festive meals on all the flights that take off from Kolkata. The offer excluded all the flights that took off for Dhaka.

Now, IndiGo 6E tiffin is also offering another festive meal on all of its flights. The ‘Navaratri Meal’ is available for passengers booking their flights from October 17, 2020, on all the routes of the airline. This meal would consist of 'deep-fried aloo' and 'sabudana tikki which will be served with mint chutney. Price of this meal is set at Rs 250.

There are two more festive meals which are available for passengers travelling from Kolkata — ‘Dal Cholar’ and ‘Kheema Ghugni’. Both these meals come for Rs 400 where one is a vegetarian dish and another one is a non-vegetarian dish. 

There are more meals that a passenger pre-book with the airline and get a 15% discount on its price. There are veg and non-veg sandwiches along with a signature IndiGo cashew box and chocolate chip cookie box.

Even for international flights, the menu is the same and the prices don’t change for any of the dishes. Meanwhile, IndiGo is also going strong with its cargo service. The Ahmedabad team of the airline recently flew 16 tonnes of cargo to Dubai and 7.1 tonnes of cargo to Delhi from Mumbai.

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