After the pandemic, Turkey quickly became one of the most well-liked vacation spots, and it will continue to be a popular choice for Indian tourists traveling abroad in 2022.
IndiGo has start operating Boeing 777 aircraft
To meet the rising demand for travel to and from India, IndiGo will start operating Boeing 777 aircraft on the Delhi-Istanbul route on a term lease from today .
The Delhi-Istanbul route saw the introduction of the airline’s first widebody aircraft, a Boeing 777. After the pandemic, Turkey quickly became one of the most well-liked vacation spots, and it will continue to be a popular choice for Indian tourists traveling abroad in 2022. 400 passengers can be accommodated in a dual-class arrangement on a Boeing 777 aircraft.
Delhi and Istanbul
Customers will now be able to order hot meals in advance and buy alcohol for consumption on flights. Chicken tikka masala with Zafrani pulao and urad dal, broccoli and moong dal with basmati pulao, shahi paneer with basmati pulao and also zebra, as well as other delectable alternatives, would be offered on the hot-meals menu for customers traveling between Delhi and Istanbul.
According to Vinay Malhotra, IndiGo’s head of international sales,
“The addition of Boeing 777 aircraft to one of the busiest international routes—Delhi-Istanbul-Delhi—makes us very happy. Wide-body planes will expand capacity not only to Istanbul but also to Europe via codeshare flights with Turkish Airlines.
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With a variety of offerings, including pre-booked Jain meals, and veg or non-veg hot meals, IndiGo looks forward to providing customers with an even more pleasant and hassle-free experience.
You can choose to purchase blankets, pillows, and amenity kits during the trip based on your preferences. Moving forward, we’ll look at other options to maintain our ability to provide economical travel experiences that are pleasant, hassle-free, and on schedule.”
These flights will serve both business and leisure visitors who are always looking for new, reasonably priced flying options to get to places that support economic growth and are well-known for their tourist attractions.
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