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  • Highest passenger traffic
  • Fifth consecutive profitable year
  • More than six-fold increase in profit in 2012-13
  • Revenue rose 65.4 per cent to Rs 9,458 crore (US$ 1.51 billion)
  • Fleet capacity increased by 39 per cent since last year


Indigo has begun its operations in 2006 and has a fleet of 61 A320s today. It is India's largest airline with total market share of 24.9 per cent as of May 2012. It is the fastest growing low cost carrier in the world provides hassle-free travel experience. IndiGo’s on-time performance is one of the best in India. Its technical dispatch reliability is 99.91 per cent making it the airline with the least number of cancellations in India. The company has registered a passenger growth of 27 per cent in 2012-13.

IndiGo continues to outperform on every single benchmark due to high customer ratings, consistent service delivery, and best operating and financial measurements. The company ended fiscal year 2012 with 55 aircraft, 2012-13 with 66 aircraft and now has 70 planes. It is likely to end the fiscal year 2013-14 with 75 planes.

As per Indian regulations, Indigo has obtained license for running international flights on completing five years. The primary base of operation is Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.


Indigo: India's low cost, low carbon airline

2009 Received the "Safety Excellence Award" in recognition of airlines outstanding contribution
2010 Partnered with Tata AIG General Insurance to launch domestic travel Insurance
2011 Started its first international flight connecting Dubai & Delhi
2012 Recognised as the best low-cost Airline in Central Asia/ India, for the third time
2013 Taken delivery of its first A320 aircraft equipped with Sharklet fuel saving wing tip devices

Updated: August, 2013