IndiGo, India’s leading airline announced Kanpur as its 71st domestic destination and 10th new regional destination this year. The airline will offer direct connectivity between Kanpur-Delhi effective October 31, 2021, and direct flights between Kanpur-Hyderabad, Kanpur-Bangalore, and Kanpur-Mumbai from November 1, 2021. IndiGo is committed to strengthening regional connectivity, while making air travel more accessible and affordable.
Mr. Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo said, “We are pleased to announce Kanpur as our new domestic destination, bolstering our regional connectivity. Kanpur, known for its leather and textile industries is one of the prime industrial centres in North India and the ninth-largest urban economy in the country. Owing to the increase in direct connectivity with metro cities, these new flights will boost trade, commerce, and tourism in the region. In addition, customers would get convenient connections to the rest of the IndiGo network. We will continue to offer new routes as per the travel demand across various sectors. IndiGo is committed to providing an affordable, on-time, safe and hassle-free travel experience onboard our lean clean flying machine.”
Kanpur is IndiGo’s 7th station in the state of UP, after Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Agra, and Bareilly. IndiGo will provide direct connectivity from Kanpur to major metro cities in India. Including these new additions, IndiGo will now offer 120 daily flights to and from the state of Uttar Pradesh. The increased connectivity in and out of Uttar Pradesh will help the economic and tourism growth.
These flights are designed to cater to business and leisure travellers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options. Customers who wish to plan their travel can book tickets via our official website www.goIndiGo.in and also browse our website in Hindi at https://www.goindigo.in/hi-in/homepage.html. The introduction of these flights will further bolster the airline’s domestic connectivity.