IndiGo’s 32 new connecting flights between India and Europe may enhance affordability for travel to Europe
Wednesday 7 December 2022 7:44 AM UTC
NEW DELHI Dec 7: India’s biggest carrier IndiGo has announced 32 new connecting flights to Europe through its codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines.
As part of its codesharing pact with the Turkish Airlines, it has introduced 32 connecting flights to Manchester and Biringham in the UK
European routes via Turkey include Milan, Rome and Venice in Italy
The new codeshare flight routes are effective December 7.
“We are pleased to add more capacity between India and Europe given the high demand for international travel. We will continue to strive to stay true to our promise of affordable fares, on time performance, courteous and hasslefree service”, IndiGo said.
Last month, IndiGo had launched flight services to Portugal and Switzerland via Istanbul under its codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines.
Codesharing allows an airline to book its passengers on its partner carriers and provide seamless travel to destinations where it has no presence.
The airline said that the new flights are designed to cater to travellers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options to access destinations which help in building businesses and are known for their tourist attractions.
The introduction of these flights will further bolster the international connectivity, it added.
Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, IndiGo said, “We are extremely pleased to add more capacity between India and Europe during this holiday season, given the high demand for international travel. These flights will cater to travellers exploring Italy and UK, with one stop connections to Milan, Manchester, Birmingham, Rome, and Venice via Istanbul. These new routes will not only strengthen international connectivity but also enhance affordability for travel to Europe. We will continue to strive to stay true to our promise of affordable fares, on-time performance, courteous and hassle-free service.”