Indian Express to boost delivery volume by 60% from current levels

The Indian Express Group will increase its delivery volume and deliver more flights to destinations in Europe, the US and Asia by 60 percent by the end of the year, the group said on Thursday.

India’s largest carrier, which has a fleet of more than 15,000 aircraft, aims to double the volume of domestic and international flights to Europe, which it said would be its primary focus for growth.

“We will be delivering at least 3,000 flights per day from the new hub in Berlin to the new hubs in the US, Europe and Asia,” Chief Executive Vijay Shekhar said in a statement.

“In addition, we will increase our total capacity from the existing hub in Hamburg to Hamburg, Germany.”

India’s airlines are among the world’s busiest, but growth in demand is slowing in the wake of a sharp drop in global crude prices, which have contributed to an economic slowdown in many parts of the world.

India’s airlines, which operate mainly in the subcontinent, are among Europe’s largest, but have also struggled to generate much of a profit.

The Indian Express Group will increase its delivery volume and deliver more flights to destinations in Europe, the US and…