IndiGo’s Goa Carnival Under ‘India By IndiGo’ Campaign From Feb 7

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Spreading festive cheer as part of its ‘India by IndiGo’ campaign, IndiGo has revved up for the Goa Carnival starting February 7 to February 16, 2021.

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A cultural expedition to celebrate the diverse Indian culture, the IndiGo campaign was launched with the colourful festival of Durga Puja in October, followed by Diwali and Christmas in November and December, respectively. IndiGo is celebrating the Goa Carnival at five of its stations including Goa, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “We have been celebrating India’s cultural diversity and vivaciousness over the last few months through the ‘India by IndiGo’ campaign. We kickstarted this campaign to bring about the much-needed cheer for our customers travelling during the festive season and beyond, with celebratory dances, music, food, motifs, and traditional costumes that signify the festival mood in full swing.”

Mr. Boulter added that From Durga Puja through Diwali, Christmas and now Goa Carnival, IndiGo wholeheartedly welcomed its customers to celebrate with us as they travel onboard our lean, clean, flying machine.

The celebrations during the Goa Carnival will include local Goan dance at the airport, with staff dressed in traditional clothing and boarding announcements will be made in Konkani and English.

Temporary hand paint activity for passengers, distribution of masks for kids and a photo booth for pictures in traditional clothes and masks have been organised at the airports. Additionally, special Goan food menu has been introduced as part of 6E tiffin including Veg and non-veg Xacuti which will be available exclusively on flights between Goa and Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad for travel dates between February 12 to February 17, available via pre-booking on IndiGo website.

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The campaign is being promoted across OOH and activations in these five airports and all digital channels including the website, social media and emailers.

lndiGo is amongst the fastest growing low-cost carriers in the world. IndiGo has a simple philosophy: offer fares that are low, flights that are on time, offering a courteous, hygienic, and hassle-free travel experience.

With its fleet of 283 aircraft as of 31st December 2020, the airline is operating over 1100 daily flights and connecting 64 domestic destinations and 6 international destinations. For more information, please visit

Meanwhile, the carrier will operate direct flights between Kurnool and Bengaluru, Visakhapatnam, and Chennai from March 28 onward under regional connectivity scheme Udan. Flights on all three routes – Bengaluru-Kurnool, Visakhapatnam-Kurnool and Chennai-Kurnool – will operate four times per week under the regional connectivity scheme, the release noted.

In an effort to bring more cities under its ambit, the airline said it is planning to start new flights connecting Leh, Darbhanga, Agra, Kurnool, Bareilly, Durgapur and Rajkot from February onwards.

“The airline plans to start flights connecting Leh and Darbhanga in February, followed by Kurnool and Agra in March, Bareilly and Durgapur in April and Rajkot in May 2021,” IndiGo said in a statement earlier.

At present the airline connects 61 domestic cities and addition of these new stations will take the number to 68. “We will secure all regulatory approvals and specific flight schedules will be announced as these approvals are received,” it said.

Earlier, the airline had announced flight services between Kolkata and Shillong from February 1 with the Meghalaya government reopening the state for tourists after remaining locked for almost 10 months due to Coronavirus.

After the long suspension of their flight due to COVID19 lockdown, it resumed its Kolkata flight from February 1.


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