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IndiGo will now fly to Istanbul


Flying over 68 destinations across its network, India’s largest low-cost carrier, IndiGo, flew into Istanbul on March 20, 2019.  The airline recently announced Istanbul as its 16th international destination and will operate two daily direct flights between India and Istanbul effective March 2019. Prominent dignitaries representing the Turkish authorities welcomed an IndiGo flight with a water cannon salute at the Ataturk International Airport this evening.

H.e. Sakir Ozkan Torunlar, Ambassador of Turkey to India on the occasion of inaugural flight of IndiGo between Delhi and Istanbul said, “Indians and Turks will have more opportunities two visit the other’s country by direct flights of less than six hours, thanks to IndiGo and the Turkish Airlines, the flag carrier of Turkey.”

William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “Istanbul is one of the most attractive tourist cities in the world and the gateway from Asia into Europe. Istanbul holds immense potential for IndiGo, and this launch is part of organic expansion within Europe for us, as we complement our domestic network with international connectivity.”

Boulter further added, “IndiGo has completed 12 years of successful operations in the Indian market as a low-cost carrier and adding Istanbul to its network will further augment the international connectivity that we provide to our customers. Apart from supporting our upcoming direct services to Istanbul, this strategic partnership will expand the choices available to our customers for journeys beyond Istanbul, using Turkish Airlines’ extensive network.  It will enable our customers to book itineraries into many cities in Europe on IndiGo, using Turkish Airlines and experiencing their renowned inflight service.”

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