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IndiGo Teams Up With CarterPorter For Door-To-Door Baggage Delivery

IndiGo airlines has collaborated with luggage transfer platform CarterPorter to facilitate door-to-door baggage delivery service. Starting from Delhi and Hyderabad, IndiGo will soon expand the service to Mumbai and Bengaluru. The ‘6EBagPort’ service, available on arrival and 24 hours before departure, will facilitate contactless baggage delivery for Rs 630 for one way. The airliner aims to make passengers "worry-free" by eliminating the need… read-more

Tue, 06 Apr 2021 - 09:57 AM / by Neha Sanjeev

Tags: IndiGo, Delivery Partner, Domestic Flights, Airlines

Courtesy: News18

Indigo Flight

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Lucknow Bound Indigo Flight Diverted To Karachi Over Medical Emergency

Sharjah-Lucknow Indigo flight made an emergency landing in Pakistan's Karachi on March 2 after a 67-year-old passenger Habib ur Rehman fell sick. Reportedly, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority had granted landing permission to the captain on humanitarian grounds. However, after a 5 AM landing, the medical crew, unfortunately, found the passenger already dead. Later, after fulfilling all due formalities, the flight then left for Ahmedabad… read-more

Tue, 02 Mar 2021 - 06:15 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: IndiGo, IndiGo Airlines, Sharjah, Karachi, Pakistan, Lucknow, 6e1412, medical emergency

Courtesy: Outlook


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Indigo Suffers A Loss Of Rs 620 Crore In Last Quarter; 53% Decline In Ticket Revenue

India's biggest carrier IndiGo suffered a loss of Rs.620 crore in the December quarter, as per the reports released by IndiGo on January 28. The company revealed that this quarter witnessed a reduction of 53.6% in its ticket revenues, and a 22.1% decline in ancillary revenues as compared to the same quarter as previous year. For 2021, IndiGo projects around 75-80% of the fourth quarter fiscal in 2020.

Thu, 28 Jan 2021 - 04:32 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: QUARTERY LOSS, Quarter 4, business, IndiGo

Courtesy: Live Mint

IndiGo Flight

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IndiGo Launches 'The Big Flat IndiGo Sale'; Tickets Start From Rs 877

The IndiGo Airlines is offering the first sale of the year, ‘The Big Flat IndiGo Sale’, in which the carrier has kept the one-way fare starting from Rs 877. Valid on selected sectors and domestic flights only, the offer travel-period has been kept from April 1-September 30, 2021. While, the bookings will end on January 17, the carrier will charge Rs 500/passenger against cancellations. Moreover, the non-exchangeable offer will not be… read-more

Thu, 14 Jan 2021 - 12:18 PM / by Richa Nigam

Tags: IndiGo, Big Flat IndiGo Sale, IndiGo Airlines, Domestic Tourism

Courtesy: Times Now

Gold Smuggling

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1.13 Kg Gold Hidden Under Seat Track Confiscated From IndiGo Flight

During a search in an IndiGo flight from Dubai to Delhi, the Customs at IGI Airport have seized 1.13 kg gold valuing Rs 49.9 lakh on December 19. The officials have confiscated unclaimed 31 cylindrical gold rods hidden under the seat track guards. As per reports, they have seized the gold under Section 110 of the Customs Act, 1962. Besides, the Delhi custom authorities have called for further probe.

Sat, 19 Dec 2020 - 06:31 PM / by Sakshi Teresa Emmanuel

Tags: Gold Smuggling, IndiGo, Dubai, Delhi Airport, Customs

Courtesy: Zee News

IndiGo celebrating Durga Puja in six airports from October 21 to 27

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IndiGo To Hold Cultural Programmes At Airports During Durga Puja

IndiGo has announced to dedicate October 21 to October 27 for Durga Puja celebrations. Reportedly, the airlines will hold cultural programmes like Dhunuchi dance, Alpona design, and Sindoor Khela at six airports - Kolkata, Silchar, Guwahati, Bagdogra, Agartala and Jorhat. The celebrations are a part of the company's 'India by IngiGo' campaign. Also, the flights from Kolkata will be serving "special Bengali food". The company's staff will wear… read-more

Thu, 22 Oct 2020 - 07:32 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: IndiGo, Durga Puja, Airports, celebrations

Courtesy: Outlook


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IndiGo Starts Charging Extra For Check-in At Airports

To encourage online check-in, IndiGo airline has decided to charge Rs 100 from its passengers as a convenience fee on the check-in at airport counters from October 17. The airline's measure aims at reducing the human-contact to contain the COVID-19 spread at the airports. IndiGo stated, "We encourage all passengers to web check-in as per government directive, using our website or mobile app." 

Sat, 17 Oct 2020 - 06:43 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: IndiGo, Travel, Coronavirus, Check-In

Courtesy: The Times of India

Mediapersons followed Kangana in flight

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Passengers Can't Use Disruption-Causing Gadgets Inside Flight: DGCA

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has disallowed using recording gadgets inside flight, which violate the safety norms. However, passengers can do still and video photography. The decision came after a group of media-persons violated safety and social-distancing norms in Chandigarh-Mumbai Indigo flight having actor Kangana Ranaut as passenger. The DGCA also warned all airlines that it would suspend a flight for two weeks if any… read-more

Mon, 14 Sep 2020 - 12:34 AM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: Kangana Ranaut, IndiGo, DGCA, Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjay Raut, Covid-19

Courtesy: The Indian Express

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Indian Air Travels Slump by 54.84% Compared to Last Year

According to the data from DGCA, a total of 372 lakh passengers have traveled by air from January to July, 2020 which is 54.84% lesser than the number of passengers travelled last year in the same period. The domestic air passenger traffic has reduced by 82.3% to 21.07 lakh in the month of July. IndiGo continues to be the largest carrier with a market share of 60.4% in July.

Thu, 13 Aug 2020 - 08:21 PM / by Bharat Sharma

Tags: DGCA, AIR TRAFFIC, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India

Courtesy: NDTV

IndiGo to Cut 10% of Workforce due to Ongoing Covid-19 Crisis

IndiGo Airlines being the largest job creator in India's aviation industry, has decided to terminate 10% of its workforce. The company has decided to pay the retrenched workers, a salary of upto three months along with gratuity bonus and medical insurance. "We are flying only 30% of our capacity," said CEO of IndiGo, Ronojoy Dutta. IndiGo Airlines reportedly employs over 23,531 people on its payroll.

Mon, 20 Jul 2020 - 11:20 PM / by Taniya Bazaz

Tags: Airlines , Coronavirus, IndiGo, Covid-19, Coronavirus Pandemic

Courtesy: Magzter