- IndiGo, India’s leading airline, achieved a milestone by operating over 2,000 daily flights, marking a significant growth from its earlier feat of 1,000 daily flights.
- The airline, launched in 2006, currently serves 85 domestic and 32 international destinations, expanding its global reach by initiating flights to over 20 international locations in the past six months.
- Peter Elbers, CEO of IndiGo, highlighted that surpassing 2,000 daily flights is not just a numerical achievement but signifies strategic progress towards improved connectivity and an upgraded passenger experience.
- IndiGo boasts a fleet of more than 330 aircraft and holds the largest market share in India’s domestic air travel, although its share slightly declined from 63.4% in September to 62.6% in October, as per DGCA data.
- The Tata group’s airlines, including Air India, Vistara, and AirAsia India, collectively hold around 89% of India’s domestic aviation market, with Air India commanding a 10.5% share, Vistara at 9.7%, and AirAsia India at 6.6% as of October 2023.