IndiGo Airlines (6E, Delhi International) is planning to launch its second European route, to Tbilisi, in February 2020 using A321-200neo equipment, sources told the Indian newswire PTI.

The low-cost carrier has reportedly already conducted all inspections of the Georgian airport required to commence scheduled operations. However, neither the airline nor the airport would confirm the plans.

It is unclear from which hub IndiGo Airlines would serve Tbilisi. Its two main north Indian gateways at Mumbai International and Delhi International airports are well within the range of the type.

According to the ch-aviation schedules module, currently, IndiGo's only European destination is Istanbul Airport, which it serves 2x daily from Mumbai using A320-200 and A321neo equipment. At 4,840 kilometres (2,610 nautical miles) great circle distance, the route to the Turkish gateway is more than 1,000 kilometres longer than flights to Tbilisi would be.

There are currently no scheduled flights between India and Georgia.