Aircraft manufacturer Airbus in top form
The A320neo family, which also includes the larger seat-capacity A321neo, brings to no fewer than 1,230 the number of A320neo models ordered by IndiGo, which intends to capitalize on the booming demand for air travel in India. IndiGo, one of the world’s fastest-growing low-cost airlines, has already taken delivery of 253 A320neo Family aircraft.
In the past, another Indian airline was responsible for the largest civil aircraft order in history: Air India signed for 470 units last February but split between 250 to Airbus and 220 to its American competitor Boeing.
IndiGo is amongst the fastest-growing low-cost carriers in the world. IndiGo has a simple philosophy: offer fares that are affordable, flights that are on time, and provide a courteous and hassle-free travel experience across its unparalleled network. With its fleet of over 300 aircraft, the airline is operating well over 1.800 daily flights and connecting 78 domestic destinations and will soon further grow its international footprint to 32 international destinations. India by IndiGo!