Wednesday , 2 December 2020
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.

Exclusive photos from inside IndiGo’s A320neo

Bangalore Aviation was one of the first allowed on board IndiGo’s newest plane, VT-ITC, the Airbus A320neo it took delivery of just last week.

We bring you exclusive shots from inside the cabin. For now we all can relax. IndiGo has opted to retain the existing 180 seat configuration which is common to its existing A320 classic fleet. The airline may opt for the Space Flex V2 design, sometime in the future, which provides 186 or 189 seats.

Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1127 Geared Turbo Fan engine. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1127 Geared Turbo Fan engine. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Nose gear. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Nose gear. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cockpit. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cockpit. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cabin. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
xIndigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cabin. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cabin. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Cabin. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Seat pitch. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.
Indigo Airbus A320neo VT-ITC. Seat pitch. Copyrighted image. Re-use prohibited.

About Devesh Agarwal

A electronics and automotive product management, marketing and branding expert, he was awarded a silver medal at the Lockheed Martin innovation competition 2010. He is ranked 6th on Mashable's list of aviation pros on Twitter and in addition to Bangalore Aviation, he has contributed to leading publications like Aviation Week, Conde Nast Traveller India, The Economic Times, and The Mint (a Wall Street Journal content partner). He remains a frequent flier and shares the good, the bad, and the ugly about the Indian aviation industry without fear or favour.

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