Indigo has announced plans to initiate flights from seven new stations in India, to boost regional connectivity.
The new stations will be Leh, Darbhanga, Agra, Kurnool, Bareilly, Durgapur, and Rajkot, subject to regulatory approvals and slot allocation.
The Indian low-cost carrier plans to open Leh and Darbhanga in February, followed by Kurnool and Agra in March, Bareilly, and Durgapur in April, and Rajkot in May 2021.
Ronojoy Dutta, chief executive officer, Indigo said:
“Indigo is on a continuous mission to build the best airline system in the world. This means customers should be able to travel by air, easily and affordably, between all the cities and towns across the country.
Hence, we plan to open seven more stations on our network which include Leh, Darbhanga, Agra, Kurnool, Bareilly, Durgapur, and Rajkot. Operating in these stations will boost economic growth in these regions while providing access to our customers to the safest mode of transportation, as Tier-II cities lead growth and recovery for the nation.”