IndiGo, India’s preferred carrier, has commenced operations from its newly launched destination, Agatti, from today. With daily direct flights between Bengaluru and Agatti, tourists can now enjoy enhanced accessibility, increased flight choices, and improved connectivity to and from Lakshadweep. Agatti is the 88th domestic and 121st overall destination to join the extensive 6E network.
Mr. Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, said, “We are pleased to commence operations to/from the Agatti island, IndiGo’s 88th domestic destination, in Lakshadweep, India’s smallest Union Territory. The launch of these new flights not only offers customers access to the unexplored beauty of these islands, but also reinforces the archipelago’s position on India’s aviation map. Direct connectivity to one of the most beautiful lagoons in Lakshadweep will play a key role in unlocking the full potential of travel and tourism in the region. As India’s leading carrier, we remain committed to delivering on our promise of providing affordable, on-time, courteous, and hassle-free travel experiences.”
Known for its stunning beaches, Agatti Island is a 6 km long land terrain blessed with aquatic diversity. Home to the archipelago’s only airstrip, it connects Lakshadweep to the rest of India and the world. Agatti is popular amongst those looking for a bit of deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, sailing, skiing and kayaking. The island also serves as an ideal base for exploring the uninhabited and serene isles of Bangaram, Pitti, Thinnakara, Parali-I and Parali-II, which lie in close proximity.
Strengthening access to India’s Silicon Valley, Bengaluru, will provide tourists with increased access to destinations like Cubbon Park, Nandi Hills, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, Bengaluru Palace, Ulsoor Lake, and ISKCON Temple. The famous Bangalore silk is known for its simplicity, purity, and texture. This is produced expertly in Karnataka’s silk farms, which have been around for a while and have grown tremendously with the passage of time and the evolution of the textile industry.

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