Domestic Flight: Air travel will be cheap! Indigo started 100 domestic flights, see the route list and fare here

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IndiGo launches 100 flights from March 27: IndiGo, the country’s largest airline, has started 100 flights connecting major domestic metro cities and regional centers from March 27. IndiGo said it has started 20 new flights from March 27 as part of its summer vacations.


Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo said, “We are delighted to announce these 100 flights to strengthen our domestic network…

Flights will be available for these routes

Indigo has started Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) service between Prayagraj and Lucknow from today. Apart from this, the company is planning to resume 16 special flights. The company said it will start special flights on various routes including Pune-Mangaluru, Pune-Visakhapatnam, Hubli-Hyderabad, Jammu-Varanasi and Tirupati-Tiruchirappalli.

International flights have also started from March 27

Let us tell you that this statement of IndiGo has come at a time when the airport and airlines industry is getting back on track and the industry is ready for normal overseas operations. Let us inform that regular international flights have resumed from Sunday 27 March. With the airline having been hit the most during the pandemic, the industry is slowly returning to normalcy. The Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the national capital has seen a significant jump in international flight departures in the first week of April, once regular international operations resume.

As per DGCA, summer program from March 27 to October 29,

60 airlines from 40 countries have been allowed to operate 1,783 frequencies to/from India during the summer. The summer program will be effective from March 27 to October 29.

A total of 1,466 international departures per week have been approved for the six Indian carriers for the summer programme. According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), they will operate to 43 destinations in 27 countries.