IndiGo introduces daily non-stop flight between Singapore and Bangalore

IndiGo introduces daily non-stop flight between Singapore and Bangalore

Flyers can book tickets at an affordable round trip fare of INR 14,242.

Continuing to strengthen its network in the Asia-pacific region, IndiGo, India’s largest and fastest growing low-cost carrier is pleased to announce its first non-stop flight and 5thoverall flight between Singapore and Bengaluru with effect from June 10, 2017. With the launch of the daily direct flight, IndiGo offers an affordable and a convenient option on two of the busiest business sectors.

Commenting on the launch, Sanjay Kumar, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “Both Singapore and Bengaluru are strong business and tourism hubs and attract significant passenger traffic.  It gives us pleasure to introduce a direct flight on Singapore-Bengaluru route which will save flyers upto three hours of travel each way. We have been witnessing an encouraging traffic to Singapore from the cities in the south of India. There is a large Indian diaspora that resides in Singapore and regularly travels to their home to connect with their heritage and loved ones. Increased to and fro flights will not only boost tourism but also provide an affordable fare and a superior travel experience to flyers.”

 

Flight schedule:

Flight Number

Sector Frequency Dep. Time Arr. Time Effective Date

Round Trip fare

6E 73

Bangalore-Singapore Daily non-stop flight 21:20 4:30 10-Jun-17 INR 14242
6E 58 Singapore-Bangalore Daily non-stop flight 5:30 8:00 10-Jun-17

SGD 295

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