PUNE: IndiGo announced the commencement of operations to Almaty, Kazakhstan, marking its 32nd international and 111th overall destination. Effective September 23, IndiGo will operate thrice-weekly flights between Delhi and Almaty, airline officials said.
With the launch of this new route, the airline aims to bring India closer to Kazakhstan, significantly improving accessibility and serving as a vital gateway for business travelers seeking access to Central Asia‘s prominent financial hub.
Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, IndiGo, said, “We are delighted to be starting flights from Delhi to Almaty, Kazakhstan. Almaty is the major commercial, financial, and cultural centre of Kazakhstan, as well as its most populous and most cosmopolitan city. The launch of this new route will bolster our expanding international network and, more importantly, enhance our connectivity to Central Asia. It further signifies IndiGo’s dedication to connecting people and places, fostering global connections, and enriching travel adventures. IndiGo remains dedicated to providing affordable, on-time, and hassle-free travel experiences across its extensive 6E network.”
These flights are designed to cater to business and leisure travelers seeking new and affordable flying options to access destinations that facilitate business development and offer tourist attractions, officials added.