Following its successful codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines and Virgin Atlantic, IndiGo is seeking further partnership to expand its international network, IndiGo CEO, Pieter Elbers told analysts in a results call. “We will continue to explore strategic partnerships in the future that will allow added connectivity for our customers and provide us with more global visibility,” Elbers said. The move comes in the wake of recently reported profit along with the airline exceeding its pre-pandemic capacity in the international market at 105% of 2019 levels. Apart from 75 domestic and 22 international destinations, IndiGo provides services to 27 additional destinations
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