New Delhi: After rapidly expanding its presence in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, India’s largest air passenger carrier IndiGo plans to add destinations such as Hanoi and Chengdu to its flight schedule from September quarter onwards.
IndiGo’s Chief Commercial Officer William Boulter told IANS that the airline has received clearances from the Vietnamese authorities to commence operations from India to Hanoi.
The airline will soon “be putting the flight out for sale”. Besides Hanoi, the airline plans to operate flights to Ho Chi Min City.
The airline is also reviewing its strategy for Europe whilst making “full use” of its Turkish Airline codeshare agreement which allows passengers to fly through Istanbul on a ‘6E code’.
The agreement between the two airlines allow for a seamless travel experience for passengers through an extended global network. (IANS)