IndiGo now offers connections to five US cities through its partnership with Turkish Airlines.
- IndiGo has expanded its codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines, adding San Francisco to its US network.
- The partnership with Turkish Airlines also includes over 30 destinations in Europe.
- IndiGo will also welcome long-range Airbus A321XLRs in the future, enabling it to operate long-haul flights to Europe and Far East Asian cities.
IndiGo’s codeshare connectivity to the US has increased with the inclusion of San Francisco. The budget carrier has partnered with Turkish Airlines extensively to offer passengers several international connections to Europe and the US in recent months.IndiGo’s own global network has grown in the last few months with flights to Central Asia and even Africa.
India’s largest airline, IndiGo, has announced that it has added San Francisco to its US network through codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines. The carrier now offers flights to the US West Coast city with a stopover in Istanbul. IndiGo already provides connectivity to four other destinations in the US – New York, Washington, Boston, and Chicago. Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, IndiGo, commented,
“We are extremely pleased to announce the latest connection to San Francisco via Istanbul as part of our codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines. Our first entry into the Bay Area famed for its natural beauty, cable cars, Victorian houses and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is also a gateway to the thriving IT industry at Silicon Valley. This connection to California enhances travel options for passengers, marking our fifth destination in the US after New York, Washington, Boston & Chicago.”