India’s premier low-cost airline, IndiGo has recently announced ‘6E Wedding Charter’ offer. Under this offer, passengers who want to book a charter plane just for their family and friends can do it from the airline’s website. Not only that, but the passengers can enhance their booking by adding luxury hotels to the booking list. So not only travelling, but IndiGo has also got the passengers covered for staying. The airline is running its charter planes on the prevailing government regulations. To know how you can book an ‘IndiGo 6E Wedding Charter’ for yourself, keep reading ahead.
IndiGo 6E Wedding Charter Offer
IndiGo announced through its Twitter account that passengers could choose hotels from All-Accor Live Limitless and Accor when they are booking a 6E Wedding Charter. For booking a charter with IndiGo, you can go to the website of the airline and find the charter booking page.
Make a note that charters can only be booked when there are more than 2 people and less than 180 people. So once you have landed on the page of IndiGo charters, you can decide below whether it is ‘passenger charter’ or ‘cargo charter’ that you are looking for.
After you have selected the 'passenger charter' option and added the destination and number of passengers along with departure time for the aircraft, you will have to enter all your personal details at the bottom. You will also have to notify IndiGo that there are no International passengers onboard.
Once you are done with filling up all the details, click on the submit button at the bottom. Post that, an airline executive will call you or contact you in any other way with more details.
For the unaware, to provide the IndiGo 6E Wedding Charter service, the airline will use the same passengers' aircraft that it uses for its other commercial purposes. The cost of charter flights with IndiGo depends on numerous factors such as the length of the flight, the number of people on-board, and more.
IndiGo flies to 63 domestic destinations in the country as of now. International flights however are only operated under exclusive air-bubble agreements between different countries and India.