Huge Milestone: IndiGo Surpasses 2,000 Daily Scheduled Flights

Huge Milestone: IndiGo Surpasses 2,000 Daily Scheduled Flights
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A huge milestone has been achieved this week by IndiGo as they have surpassed 2,000 daily scheduled flights.

This makes the carrier the first in the country to do this and “marks a significant leap in operational capacity”, the airline said in a statement.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

IndiGo Surpasses 2,000 Daily Scheduled Flights…

Huge Milestone: IndiGo Surpasses 2,000 Daily Scheduled Flights
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Commenting on this milestone of 2,000 daily scheduled flights was IndiGo CEO Pieter Elbers:

“As we celebrate this remarkable milestone of surpassing 2000 scheduled daily flights, we reflect on IndiGo’s journey of reshaping the Indian aviation landscape.”

“This milestone is more than a numerical feat; it’s a strategic leap positioning us for enhanced connectivity and a redefined passenger experience.”

“Our commitment to giving wings to the nation is palpable in our mission to connect people and aspirations across India.”

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our valued customers and partners for their continuous support, as we look forward to soaring to new heights together.”

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A Fleet That Grows Every Day…

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IndiGo has been able to achieve this through their extensive fleet of aircraft. As per data from, this is what their fleet looks like at the time of publication:

  • 42 ATR 72s.
  • 27 A320ceos.
  • 178 A320neos.
  • 3 A321-200s.
  • 94 A321neos.
  • 2 B777-300ERs.

Despite disturbances to it’s fleet in the context of Pratt & Whitney engine issues, IndiGo has done well to get to this milestone.

Looking ahead, this number will continue to increase as they expect to have over 1,000 aircraft in the fleet by the time all deliveries have been completed.

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