India's Indigo airlines to increase flights to Saudi Arabia

The airline is the second one to do so following SpiceJet

Image used for illustrative purpose only. Image courtesy: Indigo Airlines
Image used for illustrative purpose only. Image courtesy: Indigo Airlines

India’s budget-carrier Indigo Airlines has revealed plans to increase its flights to Saudi Arabia.

The airline’s first flight to the Kingdom on the Mumbai-Jeddah route was launched in June.

According to sister title Arabian Business, the airline is currently awaiting regulatory approvals for commencing new flight services to Riyadh and Dammam in Saudi Arabia.

Indigo is the second Indian airline to launch direct flights to the country followed by SpiceJet.

Speaking about their expansion plans, an Indigo executive told Arabian Business, “We are still awaiting necessary regulatory approvals for these flights and hence will not be able to share the details of the new flights.

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