IndiGo Airline is the most punctual and reliable

IndiGo Airline is the most punctual and reliable

Indigo Airlines is based in Delhi and flies to around 30 destinations all over India. This privately owned Airline started operating in mid 2006, and has grown to have the largest market share in India of 27%. It's considered to be India's best low cost carrier.

Its Airplanes are new and clean, and despite keeping fares low, the Airline hasn't compromised on punctuality, connectivity of flights, safety, or customer service. Of course, don't expect any frills, but the amount of leg room is decent. If you're looking to fly with a low cost Airline, IndiGo offers excellent value for money. The limit for check in baggage is 15 kilograms. 

IndiGo emerged as the best Indian Airline in terms of reliability and punctuality, according to data released last month by, based on the top 20 domestic routes per Airline between May 15 and July 15.

IndiGo tops in all three parameters that the website used to evaluate the Airlines the percentage of flights that were on time, the average delay and the number of flights diverted or cancelled.

The Airline has many satisfied customers on Twitter. On time (never failed me), decent food, fun branding, great service, tweeted

The founder of Kingfisher Airlines, Vijay Mallya, said on Monday he had made an offer to buy discount carrier SpiceJet Ltd but was rebuffed.
Shares in SpiceJet rose sharply recently after a report that unlisted carrier Kingfisher Airlines was close to a deal to take it over. Mallya told journalists on board a newly delivered Airbus A330-200 Airliner at a UK Air show that SpiceJet had countered his offer by demanding a price that he was not prepared to meet.

I did discuss with the management of SpiceJet, I won't deny that, but I like to do good deals and I won't do expensive deals," Mallya said. They have aspirations which I cannot meet. I made an offer which I considered good for Kingfisher, he said.
FLIGHT PLAN CHANGED: Kingfisher Airlines founder Mallya spurned by SpiceJet.

He added that SpiceJet needed cash and was looking into seeking alternative investment such as bonds. A SpiceJet official told Reuters earlier this month that the Airline was in talks with interested parties and had appointed bankers to explore options. It was also looking for private equity investment.
Other recent reports have said Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group and South-India based Airline Paramount Airways were interested in acquiring SpiceJet, in which Tata Group has a minority interest.

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Mohini Porwal [ B Sc]
Trainee News Editor
Indian Aviation News Editor