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IndiGo launches Delhi-Istanbul flight; plans for wider global expansion

William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer of IndiGo said Wednesday, "We are looking very seriously into other points in South East Asia, notably the obvious ones of Vietnam and Myanmar. We also want to operate shortly to Saudi Arabia on the west side".

Explained: Why IndiGo may keep cancelling flights till April 1

IndiGo flight cancellations: The airline is adjusting its schedule and cancelling approximately 30 flights per day. Here's why.

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Scheduled cancellations of 30 flights daily to continue till March 31, says IndiGo

In a statement, IndiGo said it was maintaining its position "regarding scheduled cancellations of 30 flights per day until March 31, 2019". However, it said these cancellations do not include NOTAMs (Notice to Airmen) which are issued by various airports due to operational reasons.

Disruption in network: IndiGo’s flight cancellations set to continue

IndiGo Airlines had cancelled at least 32 flights on Monday and around 70 flights over the weekend.

IndiGo cancels 32 flights on Monday, 70 during weekend

IndiGo, that has a fleet size of 209 planes and operates around 1300 daily flights had around 43 per cent market share as of November 2019. While it covers 52 domestic destinations, it also covers 16 international ones.

IndiGo continues to cancel multiple flights, three days after hailstorm lashed north India

The carrier cancelled around 15 flights on Saturday and around seven on Sunday, Delhi airport officials said.

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Ministry to review fees charged for web check-in

“Ministry of Civil Aviation has noted that airlines are now charging for web check-in for all seats. We are reviewing these fees to see whether they fall within the unbundled pricing framework,” the ministry said in a tweet on Monday.

IndiGo clarifies web check-in policy, says not compulsory to pay for seats

The airlines said that the pricing of different seats is dynamic in nature and may vary based on aircraft type, length of the route, occupancy, days before departure, among others.

Railways take dig at IndiGo over new web check-in rule

IndiGo, which has a domestic market share of nearly 43 per cent, has been levying charges for web check-in from November 14.

Mumbai: Four arrested for duping Bhandup man with false job promise

The accused made false promises of offering jobs in the “Air Indigo” airlines to several people and took money from them under various pretexts.

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