Tuesday, December 11, 2012

India's IndiGo Spreads Global Wings, Starts Kolkata-Bangkok

In what could be great news for budget-conscious travellers who seek a steal of a deal for their flights tickets on the India-Thailand route, IndiGo will start offering new flights connecting Kolkata-Bangkok.

India’s low-lost carrier will begin the new flights from December 21, 2012. It will be a daily, non-stop service and is sure to bring smiles on the faces of tourists in the eastern region of India as it provides them cheap options for travel tickets on the popular route.

Aditya Ghosh, President, IndiGo made it clear that the expansion of operations is undertaken keeping in mind the growth strategy of the airline for both the countries. There are tons of flyers who seek travel tickets on the India and Thailand route and IndiGo seeks to offer them low-fare flights tickets, he said.

The airline is even offering introductory return tickets for Rs 9,009 (a little more than 100 GBP) on all its new flights, something sure to be relished by flyers seeking cheap deals on flights.

India’s budget carrier, IndiGo is a new entrant as far as international operations is concerned.  Currently, the operator offers tickets deals on its flights services to Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai, Muscat and Kathmandu from India’s Delhi and Mumbai. From Kolkata, it is the first international service for the carrier.

IndiGo maintains a fleet of 60 new Airbus A320s and provides flights tickets on 373 daily services that connect 33 destinations.

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