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No-frill airline IndiGo today launched eight new flights, mostly to increase frequencies to connect major cities like Bhubaneshwar, Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Lucknow and Srinagar.
Effective today, IndiGo started operations of new daily non-stop flights between Delhi and Dibrugarh and return via Guwahati and Kolkata. It would also connect Lucknow with Srinagar via Delhi, an airline statement said.
IndiGo also announced a third non-stop flight from Delhi to Bhubaneshwar and Guwahati, fifth non-stop flight from Delhi to Lucknow and Srinagar and sixth non-stop flight between Delhi and Hyderabad.
Commenting on the new flights, IndiGo's President and Executive Director Aditya Ghosh said, "We are committed to providing maximum connectivity on our network...and are confident that these additional flights will prove immensely
convenient for our passengers."
He said Dibrugarh would become an important part of the airline's destination network.
With a fleet of 77 Airbus A-320s, IndiGo would now on operate 485 daily flights connecting 36 destinations.