Over the past few weeks, IndiGo has been on an expansion spree, leveraging its codeshare deal with Turkish Airlines to announce new connections across Europe.
Continuing the trend, the airline, the biggest airline in the country, has declared 32 new connecting flights to Milan, Manchester, Birmingham, Rome, and Venice, effective December 7, through its codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines.
India and Europe
Speaking on the occasion, Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, at IndiGo stated, “We are extremely pleased to add more capacity between India and Europe during this holiday season, given the high demand for international travel.
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India and Europe during this holiday season
These flights will cater to travelers exploring Italy and UK, with direct connections to Milan, Manchester, Birmingham, Rome, and Venice via Istanbul. These new routes will not only bolster international connectivity but also enhance affordability for trips to Europe. We will continue to strive to remain true to our promise of affordable fares, on-time performance, and courteous and hassle-free service.”
These destinations are well known for their majestic visitor attractions throughout the year. Milan is an alpha global city famous for its art, history, architecture, and football, as well as extraordinary fashion and culinary scenes. It is known worldwide for the majestic Duomo Cathedral, the prominent opera La Scala, the medieval Sforza Castle, the dazzling Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade, and Leonardo Da Vinci’s legacy. Rome is generally considered to be the “cradle of Western civilization and Christianity”, and the center of the Catholic Church.
It is known for its heritage and historical monuments/destinations like the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel Sant’Angelo, Ponte Sant’Angelo, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps, Vatican museums, and the Pantheon. Venice, known also as the “City of Canals,”.
“The Floating City,” and “Serenissima,” is arguably one of Italy’s most picturesque cities. With its winding canals, gondola rides, vibrant streets, and carnival celebrations, striking architecture, and beautiful bridges, Venice is a popular destination for the trip.
Manchester is synonymous with football and is known for its live music scene and sports clubs. Destinations like Heaton Park, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Cathedral, Etihad Stadium, Manchester United Museum & Stadium, and Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester, are on the bucket list of every traveler. Known as England’s ‘Second City’, Birmingham is the biggest city in England after London.
It’s also known as the ‘City of a Thousand Trades’ due to its status as the world’s 1st manufacturing town. From the mirror-fronted façade of Birmingham’s Grand Central station to the ‘bubble-wrapped’ Bullring shopping center, modern architectural landmarks are scattered throughout the city Centre.
- Visitors from all over the world visit Birmingham for destinations like the Cadbury World, St. Philip’s Cathedral, Jewelry Quarter, and Victoria Square.
The new flights are designed to cater to travelers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options to access destinations that help in building businesses and are known
for their traveler attractions. people who wish to plan their travel can book tickets via our official website. The introduction of these flights will further strengthen international connectivity.
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