IndiGo launches Arabic website and reveals new Dubai flights
posted | Monday, 25 Jun 2012
IndiGo, labelled by management as India’s fastest growing airline, has enhanced its customer experience by launching its new Arabic website.
Indian Ambassador to the UAE, M.K. Lokesh along with president, IndiGo
, Aditya Ghosh recently presided over a formal launch ceremony of the Arabic website at a press briefing in Dubai. This newly launched Arabic website has been specifically designed for both business and leisure travellers based in the Middle East.
Besides providing a fresh approach to the overall travel experience, the new website will distinctly display International Standard Arabic language. All the numeric figures will be displayed in English. Additionally, 6E travellers will continue to have wider choices to make payments in AED, INR, OMR, NPR or SGD.
“Our endeavour is to provide the best-in-class experience to all our customers. At IndiGo, everything is geared to understand the cultural sensitivities from the food we serve to the languages we speak. Therefore, the launch of this new Arabic website in Dubai is to bring the local feel alive for the people of UAE,” Ghosh stated.
“With an introduction of this customer friendly initiative, IndiGo is the only Indian carrier operating out of UAE to have launched this Arabic website. The timing of the launch of the Arabic Website coincides well with launch of four new flights between Dubai and India.”
Expected to be effective from August 2012, IndiGo will operate new flights between the cities of Hyderabad-Dubai, Chennai-Dubai and Kochi-Dubai. In addition, IndiGo is set to start its second daily and direct flights between Delhi-Dubai and Delhi-Bangkok sectors.
“IndiGo is known for its consistency and professionalism and they are always open to new ideas. This is a pioneering effort that has never been done before in Dubai by any Indian carrier – keeping with the high standards that IndiGo has set in the Indian skies. I am very pleased to see IndiGo’s commitment to re-define the standards in the airline business in the UAE,” added Lokesh.