India’s one of the leading low-cost carrier, IndiGo announced in the last month in December 2017 that it is planning to introduce Tirupati on its network from 7th January with daily flights to Bengaluru and Hyderabad. They have announced today itself that Tirupati is going to be added to their network.

The airline said that according to the plan, the connection to Tirupati will be done by three non-stop flights going daily to Hyderabad and double non-stop flights going daily to Bengaluru.

The temple town is going to be connected to many new cities on the leading low-cost carrier’s existing network of ATRs and Airbus 320s. The Tirupati will be connected by IndiGo to Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Singapore, and Dubai via Chennai, Mangaluru, Hyderabad, and Bengaluru.

These new flights will enable both leisure and corporate travelers to experience hassle-free service and on-time performance, with IndiGo’s over 940 daily flights who connect more than 45 destinations.

According to a press conference by the top officials of the airline, the network of IndiGo is going to be expanded regionally with the addition of the temple town Tirupati as one of the destination. This will have achieved by the addition of three non-stop flight stop Hyderabad and two non-stop flights to Bengaluru on a daily basis. The news is that apart of this the town will be connected to many new destinations of the existing network of Airbus 320s and ATRs. In the press release, the further announcement was made that the airline will connect Tirupati to National Capital Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Dubai and Singapore among other cities vis Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad.

Meanwhile, six new flights and additional frequencies have been announced by IndiGo on its domestic network. The new schedule will be effective from 1st February as IndiGo will connect Chennai for the first time with other cities including Patna, Varanasi, Udaipur, and Lucknow. The director and President of the leading airline, Aditya Ghosh and Minister of civil aviation Ashok Ganapathi Raju on Sunday flagged-off the second flight from Tirupati to Hyderabad.

Booking for the direct flights on the newly introduced Patna-Varanasi, Udaipur-Jaipur and Jaipur-Chennai sectors are open with immediate effect.

It had a 39% market share in November 2017 and a Technical Dispatch Reliability of 99.84% in September 2017. The large fleet included over one-hundred-fifty Airbus and A320 family aircraft, it also included three ATRs. The leading airline operates over 1000 daily flights connecting 47 destinations. IndiGo recently announced the introduction of ATR aircraft to its fleet and four new destinations – Colombo, Vijayawada, Rajahmundry, and Tirupati – to its network.

Tirupati will be connected by three daily non-stop flights to Hyderabad and double daily non-stop flights to Bengaluru.

Apart from this, Tirupati will also be connected to many new cities on IndiGo’s network of Airbus 320s and ATRs. IndiGo will connect Tirupati to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Dubai, and Singapore among other cities via Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Mangalore.

With over 1,000 daily flights connecting 47 destinations, these new flights would enable corporate and leisure travelers to experience IndiGo’s unmatchable on-time performance and hassle-free service, said a press release. IndiGo’s Chief Commercial Officer Sanjay Kumar said that they were looking at providing affordable fares on these flights.