IndiGo Commences International Flights on More Than 150 Routes

India’s largest carrier IndiGo released a statement on Sunday which stated that the scheduled operations to Thailand have already commenced from March 27. It further informed that the carrier's scheduled international flights will operate from cities like Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Amritsar Kozhikode, Kochi, Chandigarh, Tiruchirappalli, Thiruvananthapuram, and Mangalore.

Highlights

  • IndiGo will be bringing back its international flights on more than 150 routes.
  • Scheduled operations to Thailand have already commenced from March 27.
  • IndiGo has announced the commencement of bookings for flights to Muscat and Kuala Lumpur.

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Indigo International Flights

India’s leading domestic airlines IndiGo is all set to resume its scheduled international flights in the upcoming month. The airline will be bringing back its international flights on more than 150 routes in a phased manner as informed via a statement from IndiGo. International flights from India have been under restrictions for the past couple of years because of the pandemic which was finally continued on Sunday. Although selective flights were operating in the last two years from India to the destinations with which the country had air bubble agreements.

The Flight Routes

India’s largest carrier IndiGo released a statement on Sunday which stated that the scheduled operations to Thailand have already commenced from March 27. It further informed that the carrier's scheduled international flights will operate from cities like Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Amritsar Kozhikode, Kochi, Chandigarh, Tiruchirappalli, Thiruvananthapuram, and Mangalore.

On the other hand, the international destinations will include Dammam, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Jeddah, Riyadh, Doha, Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore, Colombo, Dubai, Kathmandu, Maldives, and Dhaka. Moreover, IndiGo has also announced the commencement of bookings for flights to Muscat and Kuala Lumpur starting operations in May 2022 and, to Istanbul in June 2022.

As reported earlier, ever since the government announced the resumption of international flights, the shares of the aviation companies have been going up. A few weeks ago, However, not everything seems to be going well as oil prices have risen throughout the world as a result of the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, causing a shortage of oil goods such as jet fuel. Jet fuel rates in India were raised for the seventh time this month. According to analysts, rising aviation turbine fuel costs (ATF) are dimming the airline sector's prospects and would eat into airline income. Moreover, as fuel prices account for around 40% of an airline's expenditures, increased costs (such as fuel prices) will reduce profits.

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