Indigo airlines add two new destinations from Doha

 11 Nov 2017 - 15:27

Indigo airlines add two new destinations from Doha
File picture of an IndiGo Airlines flight. facebook.com/goindigo.in

By The Peninsula Online

Doha: Indian no-frill airline Indigo is adding two new routes from Doha to their existing four daily flights. The airline will start flying to Hyderabad and Kochi, South Indian cities, from December 21.

The flight to Hyderabad will leave Hamad International Airport at 22:00 and will land at Hyderabad airport at 5:00 the next day.

The flight from Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad International Airport, Hyderabad, will leave at 07:15 and will land in Doha at 09:30.

The flight to Kochi, Kerala, will leave Hamad International Airport at 10:30 and will land at Kochi airport at 17:40.

The flight from Cochin International Airport, Kochi, will leave at 18:50 and will land in Doha at 21:00.

Booking has already started for both the routes on the airline website. A return ticket to Hyderabad costs QR1029, while one for Kochi showed as QR806 on their website.

Indigo started operation to Qatar, its seventh international destination, on May 5, 2017 with a flight from Delhi. The airline currently flies daily non-stop from Doha to Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kozhikode.

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