UK flag carrier British Airways and India’s leading airline IndiGo, have signed a codeshare agreement to boost connections between the UK and India.
IndiGo, India’s leading airline, is thrilled to announce the introduction of new domestic flights. These new flight options have been introduced in response to the surging demand for travel during the approaching festive and holiday season.
IndiGo has announced new connections Lucknow-Abu Dhabi and Ahmedabad-Abu Dhabi, effective July 12, 2023, and August 11, 2023, respectively
Airbus announced a record 500-plane deal with Indian airline IndiGo on day one of the Paris Airshow on Monday, as strong demand for jets and air defences vied for attention with the industry’s supply chain problems.
IndiGo is bolstering its international network with the launch of new codeshare connections via Istanbul to the United States of America.
Qantas is offering customers even more travel options across India as part of an expansion of its codeshare partnership with IndiGo.
Virgin Atlantic and IndiGo are delighted to announce a new codeshare between the UK and India, offering seamless connections and increased opportunities for frequent flyers to earn more points than ever before.
Further to the lifting of the Air Bubble Agreement in India and to the necessary governmental approval, Air France-KLM and IndiGo have implemented the extensive codeshare agreement announced in December 2021.
American will launch new service between New York (JFK) and Delhi on October 31st and between Seattle and Bengaluru on January 4th next year.
IndiGo will cut ten per cent of its workforce as it downsizes to meet falling demand in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The largest carrier in India last month said it would seek to cut over £400 million in costs this year.
Qatar Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with IndiGo, India’s largest passenger airline. Sales will start from today with the first codeshare flights to operate on December 18th.
IndiGo has signed a firm order for 300 A320neo planes with Airbus, making it one of the largest aircraft orders ever placed by a single operator. This deal comprises a mix of A320neo, A321neo and A321XLR aircraft.