IndiGo Boeing 777 with an incredible number of seats

Within the framework of the warm relations between Türkiye and India, Turkish Airlines and IndiGo Airlines decided to expand their existing cooperation and signed a wet lease agreement.

Within the scope of this leasing agreement signed by Türkiye’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines with India’s leading airline company IndiGo to meet the increasing travel demand in India, IndiGo has added a Boeing 777 aircraft to its operation, which will be operating on Delhi-Istanbul route.

Within the scope of the agreement in which Turkish Airlines leased the B777 type aircraft to IndiGo Airlines on a wet lease basis, the lease process is planned to start on February 1st 2023, and last one year.

In this context, the B777-300ER type aircraft (with 28 BC + 372 EC seats) in the Turkish Airlines fleet will start operations on IST-DEL route, and will be replaced with the B777-300ER type aircraft (7 BC + 524 EC seats) that will be added to the flag carrier’s fleet later on. Following this, flights will be provided on the IST-BOM line with the second B777-300ER type (7 BC + 524 EC) aircraft that will be joining Turkish Airlines’ fleet.

While Turkish Airlines will be able to sell both business class (B/C) and economy class (E/C) tickets during the process, IndiGo Airlines will be able to sell economy class (E/C) tickets only due to its operational structure. Within this framework, Turkish Airlines’ caring cabin crew will be serving business class (B/C) passengers with the flag carrier’s high quality service approach.

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