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IndiGo becomes first airline in India to operate over 2,000 daily scheduled flights

IndiGo has become the first carrier in India to operate over 2,000 scheduled or planned flights daily, nearly six years after the airline became the first Indian carrier to have 1,000 daily flights.
The airline, which began operations in 2006, currently flies to 85 domestic and 32 international destinations.

In the past six months, the airline has launched flights to over 20 international destinations across Central and Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East with a view to expanding its global footprint.

“As we celebrate this remarkable milestone of surpassing 2,000 scheduled daily flights, we reflect on IndiGo’s journey of reshaping the Indian aviation landscape. This milestone is more than a numerical feat; it’s a strategic leap positioning us for enhanced connectivity and a redefined passenger experience,” said Peter Elbers, CEO, IndiGo.

IndiGo has a fleet of over 330 aircraft.

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