IndiGo is now deplaning passengers on both sides of the aircraft

Aug. 11, 2022
The airline aims for a faster turnaround time with the new strategy, Gaurav Joshi reports for Simple Flying.

NEW DELHI - IndiGo is often viewed as a poster child of Indian aviation, setting standards for efficiency, profitability, and maintaining sustained growth year after year. The airline is known for its decent on-time performance and quick turnaround time, which results in better aircraft utilization for maximum profitability, Gaurav Joshi reports for Simple FlyingContinue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

11 August 2022 - Three Point Disembarkation process which will enable its customers to exit the aircraft faster. The new Three Point Disembarkation process will be carried out from two forward and one rear exit ramp, which IndiGo says makes them the first airline in the world to use this process.

Ronojoy Dutta, IndiGo CEO said, “It brings us immense pride to be the first airline in the world to use a three-point system. At IndiGo, we constantly and dynamically keep reinventing our internal standards to enable a hassle-free customer experience as well as contributing to operational efficiencies for all stakeholders including airport operators and ground handling companies.”

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