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IndiGo Now Boasts of Having More than 250 Aircrafts In Its Fleet

IndiGo boasts of having the largest fleet in the Indian aviation industry. The budget carrier boasts of having a massive market share in the industry which is close to 50%. In a new update, it has been revealed that the carrier has crossed the 250 mark in terms of number of aircrafts in its fleet. IndiGo now boasts of having more than 250 aircrafts, which is a first for an Indian carrier. IndiGo has taken deliveries of 257 aircrafts, as per a PTI report sourced from a website which tracks aircrafts deliveries. These deliveries include 222 Airbus A320 and Airbus A320neos, 10 Airbus A321neos and 25 regional jet ATRs.

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IndiGo Flying More than 1,500 Flights in a Day

Very recently we had come to know that IndiGo was the first carrier in India to be operating 1,500 flights in a day. The carrier, which now has more than 250 flights in its fleet crossed the milestone figure on December 31, when it received at least four new neos from Airbus. 

IndiGo Receives New Delivery on December 31

As per the information available, on December 31, IndiGo received deliveries of three A321 neos and one A320 neo. IndiGo, is undoubtedly the largest airline in India right now, with most number of daily flights, maximum market share and very high frequencies. However, now the airline is facing competition from other low-cost carriers like SpiceJet and GoAir.

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