LONDON – In line with its vision to enhance international connectivity, IndiGo, India’s leading airline announced the recommencement of Hyderabad-Dhaka flights to improve direct connectivity.
The flights will commence from December 08, 2022, and will cater to the rising demand for travel to Dhaka.
Mr. Vinay Malhotra, Global Sales Head, IndiGo said, “In line with our aim to reconnect India with international markets post Covid, we are pleased to resume direct flights between Hyderabad & Dhaka.”
“This will not only create direct connectivity between these cities but also support the medical tourists travelling from Bangladesh to India. We are committed to providing choices to our customers at affordable fares, with an on-time performance, and a courteous and hassle-free service.”
The beautiful city of Dhaka is home to many outstanding individuals who are successful in the fields of art, development, and culture.
The city has evolved immensely over the years, becoming one of Bangladesh’s most extensively developed areas.
In addition, Dhaka is home to several educational institutions and research centers. The city also has a plethora of Mughal-style architectural structures that are worth exploring.
According to data given by the Indian tourism ministry, Bangladesh accounts for approximately 54% of all overseas medical tourists to India for treatment.
For those looking to develop and build their enterprises, travelling to Bangladesh, an ever-expanding industrial hub, is a perfect choice. Hyderabad is also a great destination for tourists from Bangladesh as it has a variety of popular tourist attractions and first-rate medical services.
Increasing domestic expansion
The latest service inauguration marks yet another notch for the Indian low-cost airline, as it progressively applies its strategy of increasing domestic connectivity.
IndiGo’s domestic service presently spans 75 national destinations. Beyond that, the airline supports services to 26 international destinations with a fleet size now in excess of 275 aircraft.
The airline says that its progressively expanding regional network is also improving international connectivity – making affordable air travel accessible to a growing number of citizens.
In the past three months, on-time performance statistics have shown a slight slip in IndiGo’s overall performance figures. This has seen Air India top the low-cost airline slightly on performance over a three month period.
Perhaps this may be partly a function of IndiGo’s rapid domestic network expansion. What is very obvious though, has been IndiGo’s proactive stance in tightening up its operational parameters in the wake of the slight slip in performance.
With its strategy of domestic expansion bearing fruit this year; coupled with its apparent objectivity and willingness to address operational weaknesses, IndiGo will certainly be a carrier to watch as we move into the New Year.