Combining high quality with low fare is the product that IndiGo is striving to offer to the end user. IndiGo is the largest airline in India based on the number of passengers carried and the fleet size, having a market share of 39.8 % as of April 2018; as a low-cost carrier, IndiGo is essential in India’s domestic air travel market, headquartered at Gurgaon.
IndiGo was established in 2006, beginning as a carrier with a plane to a fleet of 163 aircraft today. IndiGo has acquired high operational reliability in the market due to adhering to three pillars: offering low fares, providing smooth and serene experience, and being on-time.
The cabin baggage allowance for all passengers on all flights is only one item of hand baggage with maximum weight limit of 7 kg, not exceeding the following dimensions: 55 cm × 35 cm × 25 cm (including laptop bag or duty free shopping bags).
Notice: according to airport security regulations, no carry-on baggage is allowed for flights departing from Jammu or Srinagar airports; however, the same amount is added to the checked baggage weight limit.
The baggage allowance for infants on domestic travel is 7 kg of cabin baggage, with one stroller or baby pram being permitted free of charge.
All have to not exceed the dimensions of 158 cm.
The baggage allowance for infants on international flights is 7 kg.
As being committed to offer a hassle-free experience, instead of standing in long queues, the web check-in as well as mobile check-in is available in IndiGo for domestic flights at any time up to one hour before the departure time, noting that the passenger has to have a printout of the boarding card.