IndiGo Receives IATA Membership Certificate


In-line with the recent announcement of IndiGo joining IATA, the airline received its membership certificate in Gurgaon yesterday. Conrad Clifford, Regional vice president, Asia Pacific, IATA, given the certificate to Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, President and COO, IndiGo at their office premises in Gurgaon.

The membership can facilitate IndiGo align with world practices developed by IATA and additional strengthen the airline’s partnership portfolio.

Commenting on this, Prock-Schauer, said, “This could be a strategic milestone because the airline steers its focus towards international enlargement. Being a member of IATA can facilitate IndiGo grow its network quicker by building relationships with alternative airlines when the recently proclaimed codeshare with Qatar Airways and nearly a year-long productive partnership with Turkish Airlines. IATA membership becomes additional essential at now because it is going to be necessary for America to realize our mission of creating IndiGo the simplest transportation system within the world”.

Welcoming IndiGo to the IATA family, Clifford, said, “Our 290+ member airlines connect people, deliver the product, link economies, spearhead development and enrich our societies. That’s why we call aviation the business of freedom. IndiGo is our fourth member from India—a market with large potential and plenty of challenges. The success of IndiGo in India is truly inspirational. we look forward to working with the IndiGo team to help form industry standards, best practices and policies that ensure the safe, efficient and sustainable growth of aviation, in India and globally”.


The airline presently operates near to 1500 daily flights to 60 domestic and 23 international destinations, with a fleet of 247 aircraft. IndiGo has been additional strengthening its position with fast domestic and international expansion this year.

The airline has been recognized at numerous Indian and global platforms for its focussed L&D, consistent on-time performance, and stupendous growth.

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