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Indigo

  • India’s largest passenger airline
  • Fleet of 192 aircraft
  • Recognised as AON’s Best Employer for 2016 and 2017
  • Standalone total income of Rs 133,325.36 million (US$ 1.90 billion) in H1 FY19

IndiGo is India’s largest passenger airline with a market share of 42.8 per cent as of October, 2018. The company primarily operates in India’s domestic air travel market as a low-cost carrier with focus on three pillars – offering low fares, being on-time and delivering a courteous and hassle-free experience. IndiGo has become synonymous with being on-time.

Since its inception in August 2006, it has grown from a carrier with one plane to a fleet of 196 aircraft today. A uniform fleet for each type of operation, high operational reliability and an award winning service make IndiGo one of the most reliable airlines in the world. It currently operates flights to 63 destinations – 49 domestic and 14 international. Additionally, it has opened bookings for Kuala Lumpur, Allahabad, Male, Phuket and Hong Kong.

Company Website: https://www.goindigo.in/

IndiGo – Go IndiGo

2018 IndiGo has become first Indian airline to have a fleet size of 200 plans
Launched Hong Kong as its fifth international destination
2017 Became the first Indian carrier to operate 1,000 flights in a day
Announced the commencement of its ATR operations in Hyderabad
2015 Placed order of 250 A320neo aircraft with Airbus
2014 Took delivery of the 100th aircraft
2012 Crossed the 50 million passenger mark
2011 Became the largest domestic carrier in India by market share
Placed another order of 180 A320neo aircraft with Airbus
2009 Took delivery of the 25th aircraft
Crossed 10 million passenger mark
2007 TSurpassed one million passenger mark
2006 Took delivery of the first aircraft and launched domestic operations
Converted into a public company and the name of the company was changed to InterGlobe Aviation Limited
2005 Placed an order of 100 A320 aircraft with Airbus
2004 Incorporated as InterGlobe Aviation Private Limited

 

Updated: January, 2019

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