Indian skies get another low-cost carrier

 
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New Delhi, Jul 13: IndiGo, promoted by InterGlobe Enterprises, today opened for sale its non-stop daily service between Delhi and Guwahati with a same-aircraft continuation to Imphal from August 4.

Non-stop daily service between Delhi and Pune with a same-aircraft continuation to Bangalore will start on August 10.

IndiGo will add one brand new Airbus A320 aircraft each month for the remainder of 2006. It will initially offer non-stop daily service between Delhi and Kolkata with a same-aircraft continuation to Guwahati from August 20.

Flights between Delhi and Bangalore will commence from August 20.

From September 20, IndiGo will add non-stop daily service between Delhi and Hyderabad with a same-aircraft continuation to Chennai.

To facilitate speedy booking and the ready availability of tickets, IndiGo is providing its customers the choice to book tickets through multiple options. Customers can check schedules and fares and book flights by visiting or by using with a GPRS-capable mobile phone or PDA.

Alternatively, they can call at the IndiGo call centre at (0) 99103-83838, visit IndiGo airport ticket counters, IndiGo shops or participating travel agents.

Mr Bruce Ashby, president and CEO of IndiGo said, ''IndiGo is all about bringing our customers fares that are always affordable with a service that is always reliable, provided by a team that is knowledgeable and professional.'' ''IndiGo will cater to the needs of the modern Indian traveler who does not want to waste time, money or energy in the process of traveling,'' he said.

UNI

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