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".
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.
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.
“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.