Indigo has added Agra, Uttar Pradesh as its 64th domestic destination.

Starting from March 28, the low-cost carrier will connect Agra to Bengaluru through direct flights under the regional connectivity scheme.

Following the addition of Agra, the airline aims to enhance domestic connectivity to fulfil the demand from regional centres while enhancing accessibility.

Post securing all regulatory approvals and specific flight schedules for Agra, Indigo will soon take the overall number of domestic destinations in the 6E network to 68 by opening Kurnool, Bareilly, Durgapur and Rajkot in the coming months.

Sanjay Kumar, chief strategy and revenue officer, Indigo said:

“We are pleased to have the Golden Triangle cities mapped on the 6E network, with the addition of Agra as our 64th domestic destination.

“This will not only enhance connectivity for domestic travellers, but also aid in expanding international air traffic once restrictions are lifted and travel opens up. Additionally, these connections will help promote tourism, trade and commerce, with Agra being the home to multiple UNESCO world heritage sites, one of the hubs for leather goods production and known for its food and delicacies.”