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IndiGo announces first regional ATR schedules

Indigo will commence regional flights using the ATR72-600 turbo-prop aircraft from December 21, 2017. Bookings start in another ten minutes at 12:01am October 16th.

As expected IndiGo will begin with flights on its existing network. Between Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Mangalore, Madurai and Nagpur. It will add two new Tier-II cities, Tirupati and Rajahmundry, in to its network. The ATR operations will commence from Hyderabad. The new and launch cities are in the erstwhile home state of civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju before its division.

IndiGo ATR schedules

Flight Number Origin Destination Dep Time Arr Time
6E  7101 Hyderabad Mangalore 06:40 08:40
6E  7102 Mangalore Hyderabad 13:50 15:40
6E  7101 Mangalore Chennai 09:05 11:05
6E  7102 Chennai Mangalore 11:35 13:30
6E  7103 Hyderabad Nagpur 16:15 18:10
6E  7104 Nagpur Hyderabad 18:30 20:25
6E  7105 Hyderabad Tirupati 06:25 07:50
6E  7108 Tirupati Hyderabad 10:55 12:05
6E  7112 Hyderabad Tirupati 12:40 14:05
6E  7116 Hyderabad Tirupati 19:25 20:50
6E  7115 Tirupati Hyderabad 17:35 18:50
6E  7117 Tirupati Hyderabad 21:10 22:35
6E  7106 Tirupati Bangalore 08:10 09:15
6E  7107 Bangalore Tirupati 09:40 10:35
6E  7113 Tirupati Bangalore 14:25 15:30
6E  7114 Bangalore Tirupati 15:50 16:50
6E  7113 Tirupati Bangalore 14:45 15:50
6E  7114 Bangalore Tirupati 16:20 17:15
6E  7118 Hyderabad Rajahmundry 07:05 08:20
6E  7122 Rajahmundry Hyderabad 12:50 14:05
6E  7123 Hyderabad Rajahmundry 14:35 15:50
6E  7126 Rajahmundry Hyderabad 20:10 21:25
6E  7119 Rajahmundry Bangalore 08:40 10:25
6E  7121 Bangalore Rajahmundry 10:45 12:30
6E  7124 Rajahmundry Chennai 16:10 17:35
6E  7125 Chennai Rajahmundry 17:55 19:40

 

About Devesh Agarwal

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