Indian LCC IndiGo has become the latest in a series of carriers from the sub-continent to increase services to the Arabian Peninsula. Gurgaon-based IndiGo, which operates a 200-plus strong fleet based largely on Airbus A320-family aircraft, has started daily flights between Delhi and Mumbai to Abu Dhabi. The Gulf states are a major revenue-earner for countries on the Indian sub-continent, with several million workers employed in the Middle East. This creates a steady flow of traffic with ...

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