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IndiGo scouts for Central Asian destinations, more China flights
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IndiGo scouts for Central Asian destinations, more China flights
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Ho Chi Minh City, Oct 22 (TIWN) After consolidating its presence in West and Southeast Asia, India's largest passenger carrier IndiGo plans to add more destinations in China next year followed by a likely entry into the Central Asian market.

 Moreover, the airline has also not ruled-out the possibility to start a maiden flight service to Cambodia. Neither has it given up on its plans for a direct air connection to the UK.  However, the range limitations on its fleet of A320s and 321s currently restricts the airline to the extremities of Asia, mainly to Istanbul in the west, Hong Kong to the east and Ho Chi Minh City on the Southeast Asian side.  Notwithstanding this, the airline still aspires to eventually operate wide-body jets in the future, IndiGo's Chief Commercial Officer William Boulter told IANS.

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