Gurgaon-based budget carrier IndiGo , which is expected to face tough competition from the local subsidiary of the Malaysian airline AirAsia, said on Monday that it would launch four new flights on its domestic routes, starting Tuesday.
The addition of these new proposed services would take the airline's total number of flights to 502, from 498 across 36 destinations with a fleet of 78 aircraft, IndiGo said in a release.
The new flights would be launched on the Delhi-Jammu- Delhi and Pune-Chennai-Pune sectors, which include a second daily non-stop service between Delhi and Jammu, it said.
These services would commence operations from June 10 and June 15, the airline said.
"In its commitment to provide maximum connectivity from across the country on its network, IndiGo will provide increased frequencies on the routes and offer greater travel options to passengers across these cities," IndiGo president and executive director Aditya Ghosh said in the release.