Bangkok & Singapore Is Next Step in IndiGo’s Expansion

Bangkok & Singapore Is Next Step in IndiGo's Expansion
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In the next couple of weeks, IndiGo will be launching services to Bangkok and Singapore as further international expansion occurs.

Services will be launched from across India to these two destinations in South East Asia over the course of May and next month.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Bangkok from Bhubaneswar & Kolkata for IndiGo…


Bangkok & Singapore Is Next Step in IndiGo's Expansion
Photo Credit: Md Shaifuzzaman Ayon/AviationSource

For the Bangkok section of flights with IndiGo, services will be launched from Bhubaneswar and Kolkata.

From Bhubaneswar, the flight will depart at 1650 local time and get into Bangkok at 2115, operating on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

The return will depart Bangkok at 0535 local time the next day, arriving back in Bhubaneswar at 0655 on Wednesdays and Sundays.

Such services will also take place from Kolkata too, with this flight departing at 0015 local time and arriving in Bangkok at 0435 local time on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The return flight will then depart at 0240 local and arrive back in Kolkata at 0345 local time.

A night service will be added to the Kolkata service, too, with this departing at 2130 local time and arriving at the Thai destination at 0140 local the next day.

For the return, this will depart at 2210 local and arrive back in Kolkata at 2315.

Singapore from Bhubaneswar and Delhi…


Bangkok & Singapore Is Next Step in IndiGo's Expansion
Photo Credit: Md Shaifuzzaman Ayon/AviationSource

Singapore will also benefit from two Indian destinations, notably Delhi and Bhubaneswar.

The Bhubaneswar service will depart at 0625 local time and arrive in Singapore at 1305 on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

For the return service, this will depart at 1410 from Singapore and arrive back in Bhubaneswar at 1550 local time the same day.

For the Delhi rotation to Singapore, will depart at 0930 local and arrive at the destination at 1745 local time.

6E1014 will then depart the airport at 1940 local and arrive back in Delhi at 2245 the same day.

It remains clear that IndiGo sees substantial demand in Singapore and Bangkok, and it will be interesting to see how these routes perform over the Summer period.

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