IndiGo, India’s preferred airline, has announced that its fleet consists of 300 aircraft now. Currently, IndiGo operates the Airbus A320 CEO & NEO, the A321 NEO, and the ATR 72-600 aircraft. The seating capacity on the A320 CEO fleet is 180, A-320 NEO fleet is 180 /186 the A321 fleet is 222/232 and ATR Fleet is 78.
IndiGo’s CEO, Pieter Elbers, stated, “We are happy to report that our fleet size has increased to 300 aircraft, providing wings to our objectives. We recently increased our operations in the middle east, as well as west, east, and north-east India. With the expansion of capacity to local and foreign destination shores, the robust fleet will assist us in meeting growing travel demand. We shall make an effort to keep to our promise of low prices, punctual service, friendly staff, and hassle-free travel over a large network.
The 300 aircraft strong fleet will help in catering to the growing passenger volume, as Indian aviation marks
recovery and growth in 2023.
IndiGo also said that it will operate 168 weekly flights between Mopa and 8 domestic destinations like Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Jaipur, and Ahmedabad right from the start at the first day of operations. The new network will cater to the increasing demand owing to the popularity of Goa as a preferred leisure travel destination and will provide more options to the customers, making travel more affordable and enhancing direct connectivity to North Goa. The present Goa Dabolim Airport, South Goa will remain active, and IndiGo continues its existing operations there.