IndiGo checks in with ease of flying business, plans dual-class configuration in 35 Airbus A321 aircraft by 2024-end
India’s largest airline IndiGo may soon be ditching a one-size-fits-all model to have a premium class with roomier seats and perks like hot food and a loyalty program as it looks to court more business flyers and rival Air India on international routes.
Sources said that by end of next year, IndiGo plans to have its Airbus A321 aircraft in a dual class configuration. Cabins in 35 aircraft are likely to be fitted with a premium cabin which will have four rows of seats with two on each side. “Four rows of extra legroom seating will be installed in those aircraft, providing 36 inches of legroom for guests to stretch out or work comfortably,” said a person aware of the development.