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IndiGo partners with Skyscanner for integration of flights

IndiGo has partnered with Skyscanner, one of the leading global travel fare aggregator websites and travel metasearch engines. The integration powered by an award-winning global flight search technology will allow Skyscanner users globally to search and book IndiGo flights.

On the announcement, William Boulter, CCO, IndiGo, said, “India is one of the fastest-growing aviation markets globally. This integration will be a gateway for Skyscanner users to access a wide network of domestic and international IndiGo flights at affordable fares, while we deliver an on-time, courteous and hassle-free experience.”

Boulter further added, “This partnership will not only enhance access to Indian destinations but place them more prominently on the world map while enabling economic growth through inbound tourist spends.”

Mike Ferguson, Commercial Director, APAC at Skyscanner said, “We are excited to launch this partnership with IndiGo. This latest integration highlights our commitment to helping our partners, such as IndiGo, expand into new markets. What’s more, it means that our 90 million monthly active users will have even more choice on Skyscanner’s trusted platforms.”

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