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India’s #2 airline to go international

January 21, 2011


Come August, Indian budget airline IndiGo will start flying daily to Bangkok, Singapore and Dubai from Mumbai and New Delhi, and Muscat from Mumbai.

The five-year-old airline based in Gurgaon and run by InterGlobe General Aviation Pvt. Ltd is India’s second largest airline offering 221 daily flights connecting 24 destinations.

The new international routes are set to commence in August with plans to expand its route offerings to include the Maldives, Kathmandu, Jeddah, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.



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