IndiGo continues to lead on-time performance

Recorded highest on-time performance of 86.6 per cent amongst all flights operating out of Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai DGCA Traffic Report April 2018.

Following the recent increase in IndiGo flight frequencies for business and leisure travelers across the 6E network, – IndiGo continues to record the highest On Time performance of 86.6% in April 2018, as per the Traffic Report released by Directorate General of Civil Aviation.  On Time Performance of the scheduled domestic carriers has been computed for four metros including Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai by the regulator.

Expressing his thoughts, Sanjay Kumar, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “On-Time performance is core to our business and is one of the three values that IndiGo stands for. We are happy to record 86.6 per cent OTP for 6E flights operating out of country’s busiest airports including Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai. We thank our over 1.5 lakh passengers who fly with IndiGo every day.  IndiGo will continue to provide an on-time, courteous and hassle-free service, and affordable fares to our customers, as always.”

IndiGo was also ranked as 4th most punctual airline globally in the mega airline category by OAG, air travel Intelligence Company. In its Annual review – Punctuality League 2018, OAG included on-time performance for the world’s Top 20 busiest domestic and international routes. IndiGo was ranked 4th amongst Top 20 mega airlines and 9th amongst Top 20 Low-cost carriers (LCCs) by OTP. IndiGo was the only Indian airline to have made it in the list of top 20 mega airlines.

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