Articles Tagged ‘IndiGo’
IndiGo Airlines now flies from Srinagar to Mumbai.
IndiGo sees passenger numbers up 40% for second straight year; operating international services since September
While certain Indian carriers are making the headlines for all the wrong reasons, ambitious IndiGo, is still growing by 40% per annum, joint #1 in the domestic market and gradually entering international markets. How high are its monthly load factors and what competition does it face on its international routes?
IndiGo adds new routes from Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam.
IndiGo now flies from Bombay to Coimbatore and Bhubaneswar, and from Calcutta to Bhubaneswar.
IndiGo now flies from Bangalore in the south to Jaipur in northern India with its low-cost configured A320s.
IndiGo launches two new domestic routes to help maintain domestic market share growth.
Is India’s domestic market too competitive to be profitable? Six major routes served by all seven Indian airlines
We all know competition is a good thing, right? But can you have too much of a good thing? Just ask India’s airlines. The world’s fifth busiest domestic market has grown by 18% this year but which six major domestic routes are served by all seven domestic airlines? And which are the biggest routes that […]
Kingfisher’s share of Indian domestic market falling fast; SpiceJet share reaches record 16.1% thanks to Q400s
The Indian aviation is currently the opposite of the US. Impressive growth in demand but woeful financial performance. But which airlines have gained (and lost) most market share of demand between August and October? Who has the highest (and lowest) load factors and punctuality? Which airports are seeing international traffic grow fastest?
Indian LCC now operates eight international routes. Kathmandu becomes fifth international destination after Bangkok, Dubai, Muscat and Singapore.
When it comes to the low-cost carrier ‘rulebook’ it seems that there are basically two versions when it comes to network planning models. One for Europe and one for the rest of the world. We explain all in our unique analysis of the world’s leading low-cost airlines.
IndiGo expands internationally out of Bombay. The Indian low-cost carrier now flies to Singapore and Muscat in Oman.
IndiGo now flies from Bombay to the airports in both Bangkok and Dubai.