IndiGo operated flights to Muscat-Mumbai

Indian low-fares carrier IndiGo operated its maiden flight to Muscat yesterday. At a ceremony held at Muscat International Airport to mark the occasion, Shaikh Said bin Ali al Mashali, Under-Secretary for Civil Aviation Affairs, Ministry of Transport and Communications, welcomed IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh and other officials.

According to an official of Oman Airports Management Company, Muscat is the fourth international destination on the IndiGo’s growing international network. The budget airline will be operating four weekly flights between Muscat and Mumbai with an Airbus A320 with a full economy class configuration of 180 seats. Flight 6E 081 will arrive Muscat at 22:45 every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays, while Flight 6E 082 will depart Muscat at 00:05 on every Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays. The airline is offering a special return fare of RO 88 on this route.IndiGo has a fleet of 44 new Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline offers 265 daily flights connecting with 26 domestic destinations in India and four international destinations.

Commenting on the launch of the inaugural flight, Aditya Ghosh said: “We wish to thank our customers for their enduring trust and support and we are extremely excited about the Muscat launch. Oman is a key market for us and the large Indian population which is based here can experience our product offering. IndiGo is committed towards providing affordable fares to the growing market of frequent travellers in Oman.”

No Comments

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.