IBEF: January 02, 2020
The country's largest airline IndiGo currently has more than 250 planes in its fleet after introducing at least four neo aircrafts on December 31st, a company official said.
Indigo, which holds the domestic market share of over 47 per cent, is also the first Indian carrier to have a fleet of over 250 planes.
Recently, the budget carrier also became the first airline to operate 1,500 flights per day.
Officially stated that on 31st December the airline has inducted four planes of which three are of A321 neos and one is A320 neo.
According to an aircraft delivery tracking website, IndiGo has taken deliveries of 257 planes, including 222 Airbus 320 or A320 Neos, 10 A321 Neos and 25 regional jet ATRs.
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