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  • Indigo Airlines’ nationwide system down for 90 minutes, causes inconvenience to passengers

    New Delhi: Indigo airlines’ system was down for 90 minutes across all airports on Sunday, causing inconvenience to the passengers. Due to the snag, the airline took longer to process the check-ins. The airline also put an advisory on its official Twitter handle over the issue and asked its passengers to contact it through Twitter, Facebook, its website or its contact number. The glitch, was, however, rectified later on and operations resumed normally.

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    IndiGo bus catches fire at Chennai airport, passengers rescued

    Chennai: A bus belonging to IndiGo Airlines caught fire at the airport here while ferrying passengers of a domestic inbound flight, according to airport officials. No one was injured in the incident Thursday as the fire was doused immediately, they said.

  • IndiGo announces 24 new flights on 4 new routes from September

    New Delhi: Budget carrier IndiGo announced today the launch of 24 new flights on its network including services on four new routes, the operations on which would start from September. The announcement was made even as the airline has grounded six of its A320 neo aircraft since July due to Pratt & Whitney engine issues. The planes are expected to be back in operation in the second

  • Mid-air tragedy averted: 2 IndiGo planes came face-to-face on July 10 in Bengaluru airspace

    Mumbai: Nearly 330 passengers had a narrow escape after two IndiGo planes averted a mid-air collision over the Bangalore airspace on Tuesday, prompting authorities to launch a probe into the incident, industry sources said. The aircraft involved in the incident were operating on Coimbatore-Hyderabad and Bangalore-Cochin routes. An IndiGo spokesperson confirmed the incident. The Hyderabad-bound plane had 162 passengers while the other aircraft was carrying 166 passengers.

  • Indore: Now, 10 flights for Bengaluru from city

    Indore: The number of flights for Bengaluru, the country’s IT hub, has reached 10 now. Private airlines IndiGo has launched four additional flights for Bengaluru. Airport director Aryama Sanyal said new flights for Bengaluru started from Sunday evening. The first flight departed from Bengaluru at 7.55 pm and arrived in the city at 10 pm.

  • Jaipur-Mumbai IndiGo flight receives bomb threat mid-flight

    New Delhi: The IndiGo call center received a bomb threat for its Jaipur-Mumbai flight early morning on Tuesday. The call was received around 5:30 in the morning from an unidentified person.

  • Indore: Now, 6th direct flight for Bengaluru from July 1

    Indore: There is good news for the frequent flyers to Bengaluru. IndiGo airline is going to launch its fourth flight for the capital city of Karnataka from July 1. With this, the total number of the flight operating for Bengaluru will be six. Owing to increased passenger pressure for the IT city Bengaluru, airlines are introducing flights for the financially lucrative route. In this year, four flights started for Bengaluru.

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    Dalmia Bharat Group wins historic Rs 25 crore bid contract to maintain Red Fort

    The Dalmia Group has adopted the Red Fort, one of India’s most prominent historic monuments. According to Business Standard, the Dalmia Group has bagged the contract for Rs 25 crore after beating IndiGo Airlines and the GMR group. It won the prestigious contract under the Indian government’s ‘adopt a heritage’ scheme.

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    Passengers confined for 6 hrs in Indore-Hyderabad flight

    Indore: The journey, which was to complete in 1.20 hours took more than seven hours for over 40 passengers present in Indigo 6E-648 Indore-Hyderabad flight. They completed the journey in 7.40 hours out of which they spent 6.05 hours in the aircraft on late Wednesday night. They were just served snacks. The hotel stay facility was not offered to them.

  • International Women’s Day 2018! How IndiGo’s Ifly Learning Academy is preparing young women for life

    Pallavi Murty was returning home last year when the cab stopped in a traffic jam caused by a motorcycle accident. Passersby had declared the bleeding biker dead. Pallavi, from Hyderabad, cabin crew with IndiGo Airlines, pushed ahead, checked his vitals, applied pressure to stop the bleeding from his head. She placed the biker in a recovery position and administered CPR. By the time the ambulance arrived, the motorcycle driver had revived. He

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    Airy-fairy! Air India takes a sly dig at IndiGo on Twitter; try beating it

    While low-cost airline IndiGo continues to face flak over last month’s assault incident, the video of which surfaced on Tuesday, rival Air India took a subtle dig at the private airline on Twitter. In two tweets, now deleted, the national carrier trolled IndiGo after a video of one of its staffers assaulting a passengers went viral. While the viral video left many seething, there were many who tried to

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