NEW DELHI: IndiGo has become the first Indian carrier to have over 2,000 scheduled or planned flightsdaily. The Rahul Bhatia-founded airline, which started flying on August 4, 2006, had in December 2017 become the first Indian carrier to operate 1,000 flights in a day, with the budget carrier taking over 11 years to reach that milestone. The second 1,000 came much faster in just six years, despite a bitter fallout between the airline’s two founder-promoters and then Covid in this period.Theairline has been able to benefit from the tailwind of the fact that India has seen the fastest recovery of air traffic, especially domestic, after the pandemic. The four Tata Group airlines operate about 1,000 daily with a fleet of 238 aircraft. IndiGo has over 60% domestic market share and is also the largest Indian carrier on a standalone basis for flying people in and out of the country.
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