The New York Times’ The Wall St. Journal has reported that Indigo has cut its prices on flights to India by 50 percent and is offering new flights to Dubai.

India’s government is also reportedly looking into the airline’s pricing.

In an interview with India’s CNBC channel, Indigo CEO Arvind Panagariya said that he had raised India’s prices for flights between the two countries.

Indigo was a pioneer of indigo in the early 1990s and it has continued to expand its product line to include indigo jackets and other apparel.

Indigo has been a major player in India’s aviation industry since the 1970s.

The airline operates flights to more than 1,500 destinations and is the largest indigo carrier in the world.

The Indian airline has been in the news recently after its chief executive officer Rajiv Bhattacharya was accused of paying bribes to win contracts to supply engines to Airbus and Boeing.