The event was celebrated with a cake cutting ceremony in Abu Dhabi. WAM
IndiGo commenced two new daily direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Abu Dhabi yesterday. The inaugural flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi to Abu Dhabi took flight on Wednesday, 5th June at 19:55 Local Time (LT), while the flight from Abu Dhabi to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) in Mumbai departed at 23:30 LT.
The new flights were celebrated with a cake cutting ceremony on Wednesday and was attended by key representatives from Abu Dhabi International Airport and IndiGo.
Bryan Thompson, Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: "We are delighted to have IndiGo launch two new routes between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Delhi and Mumbai with flights scheduled every day. This enhanced connectivity reflects the strong connection between the UAE and India in a variety of areas including commerce and tourism."
"IndiGo is one of the busiest Indian airlines operating at Abu Dhabi International Airport to now four destinations; Cochin, Calicut, Delhi and Mumbai. With the two new routes we look forward to continuing to facilitate the travel of Indian expats between their homeland and the UAE and attracting tourist traffic between the multiple destinations," added Thompson.
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