IndiGo launches direct flight from Hyderabad to Bangkok

Airline operates 37 weekly flights to Thailand’s capital
2024-02-26
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/ New Delhi
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IndiGo launches direct flight from Hyderabad to Bangkok

According to IndiGo, these new flights will bolster both connectivity and economic ties between the nations

IndiGo has become the first Indian carrier to launch daily direct flights between Hyderabad and Bangkok.
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IndiGo, India’s largest carrier, continues to gain momentum in its expansion with the introduction of daily direct flights between Hyderabad and Thailand’s capital Bangkok, effective Monday.

According to a press statement by IndiGo, these new flights will bolster both connectivity and economic ties between the nations, also offering a seamless travel experience. The airline now operates 37 weekly flights from various cities in India to Bangkok.

The airline says that its flight 6E 1067 will take off from Hyderabad daily at 03:55 to land in Bangkok at 09:05 every day. On the return leg, its flight 6E 1068 from Bangkok will depart at 10:05 to arrive in Hyderabad at 12:05 on the same day.

Vinay Malhotra

Vinay Malhotra

“We are pleased to commence direct flights between Hyderabad and Bangkok. At IndiGo, it has been our endeavour to bridge the miles between people and their favoured destinations, promoting travel, tourism, as well as economic growth. With the addition of these flights, Hyderabad will be the 6th Indian city with a direct connection to Bangkok on IndiGo,” says Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales at IndiGo.

“Over the last year, IndiGo has connected Hyderabad with 6 new international cities, raising the overall count to 13 international destinations. As India’s leading carrier, we continue to deliver on our promise of providing affordable, on-time, courteous, and hassle-free travel experiences, across our extensive 6E network,” Malhotra adds.

The statement adds that this addition will foster tourism ties since  Bangkok, a well-known tourist hotspot, is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage, delectable cuisine and lively nightlife. It is also popular for its spectacular palaces, skyscrapers, museums, and markets. Floating Market, Safari World, Siam Ocean World, Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise, and Siam Park City are among the few attractions in Bangkok.

Notably, Hyderabad, also known as the City of Pearls, houses famous historical sites including Charminar, UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage site of the Chowmahalla Palace, and Salar Jung Museum, which is one of the world’s largest private collection museums. Known for its delicious cuisine, Hyderabad is also emerging as a global centre of information technology. The city offers a unique blend of rich history with modern culture and diverse heritage, adds the statement.

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