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IndiGo to operate more flights to Central Asia nations
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IndiGo to operate more flights to Central Asia nations

| @indiablooms | 08 Jun 2024, 05:31 pm

Private airline major IndiGo has decided to double flights from Delhi to Almaty and Tbilisi starting on August 16, 2024, and to Tashkent starting on August 17, 2024, media reports said.

The airline will then operate daily flights from Tashkent, Almaty, and Tbilisi, up from the previous schedule of 4 flights per week to Tashkent and 3 flights per week to Almaty and Tbilisi, reported The New Indian Express.

According to reports, the airlines major decided increase the capacity in the region owing to hike in Indian travellers visiting Central Asia.

Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, IndiGo,was quoted as saying The New Indian Express, “These new flights have been announced to cater to the increasing demand for outbound and leisure travel to these destinations. With this, IndiGo now operates daily flights to all four of our Central Asian destinations: Tashkent, Almaty, Tbilisi, and Baku."

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