In line with its desire to strengthen international connectivity, IndiGo has declared 32 new connecting flights to Europe, effective December 07, 2022, through its codeshare partnership with Turkish Airlines. These new routes will give more choices and add capacity for travelers visiting between India and Europe in the upcoming holiday season.

Speaking on the occasion, Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales, at Indigo stated, “we are highly satisfied to add more capacity between Indian and Europe during this holiday season, given the high demand for global travel. The IndiGo international flights schedule will cater to travelers exploring Italy and UK, with one-stop links to Europe. These new ways will not just strengthen global connectivity but even improve cost-effectiveness for travel to Europe. We will constantly work hard to stay real to our commitment to cost-effective meals, prompt performance, and courteous, and trouble-free services.”

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These locations are popular for their majestic tourist appeals across the year. Milan is an alpha international city popular for its art, architecture, history, and football, along with amazing fashion and culinary scenes. It is popular globally for the majestic Duomo Cathedral, the leading opera La Scala, the medieval Sforza Castle, the dazzling Vittorio Emanuele II shipping arcade, and Leonardo Da Vinci’s legacy. Rome is usually deemed to be the cradle of western civilization and Christianity and the hub of the Catholic Church.

Manchester is synonymous with football and is known for its vibrant music scene and sporting clubs. Destinations like Heaton Park, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Cathedral, Etihad Stadium, Manchester United Museum & Stadium, and Museum of Transport, Greater Manchester are on every traveler’s bucket list.

Renowned as England’s ‘second city, Birmingham is the second largest city in England after London. It is also known as the ‘City of a Thousand Trades’ because of its status as the world’s first manufacturing city.

From the glass-fronted façade of Birmingham’s Grand Central Station to the ‘bubble-wrapped’ Bullring Shopping Centre, modern architectural landmarks are scattered throughout the city center. Visitors from around the world come to Birmingham for landmarks such as Cadbury World, St Philip’s Cathedral, the Jewelery Quarter, and Victoria Square.

The new flights are formed to cater to travelers who are continuously on the lookout for new and cost-effective flying choices to access locations that assist in making businesses and are popular for tourist appeals. Customers who want to make the plan a trip are able to book tickets through the Noble Hours Tours official website. The introduction of these flights will further bolster global connectivity.