Corona Fallout: After Air India & GoAir, IndiGo Suspends International Flights Till April 30

New Delhi: IndiGo has temporarily suspended all its international flights till April 30.

“Our international operations are temporarily suspended until 30th April 2020. Your money is safe in the form of a credit shell, valid for 1 year from the date of issuance,” the airline tweeted on Wednesday.

It clarified that a credit shell would have automatically been created by IndiGo against the PNR of the customers and it will be valid for a year from the date of issuance.

It can be retrieved from the ‘Edit Booking’ section on the airline’s website, it added.

Earlier, Air India had suspended all its domestic and international flight till April 30. GoAir had also announced suspension of international flight till the same date.

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