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Radio Indigo to power Chandigarh International Airport Radio

Chandigarh International Airport Radio’s exclusive jockey will interact with passengers, announce utility and flight-related information, and play favourite music of flyers

Chandigarh International Airport and Radio Indigo, an international radio station, has announced a partnership with the launch of Chandigarh International Airport Radio (CHIAL Radio).

Through the tie-up, Radio Indigo will play international music at the airport. In addition, CHIAL Radio will have its exclusive jockey who would enthral the passengers by interacting with them, announce utility and flight-related information and playing favourite music of passengers.

Satyanaryana Murthy, CEO, Indigo 91.9 FM, said, “An international airport like CHIAL truly deserves an international music station. Our offerings have always been niche and we have always endeavoured to go beyond being just a terrestrial radio station. We are excited to have CHIAL as the first airport in our RAAS (Radio As a Service). It’s about time that flyers have a great experience and we are confident that they would enjoy our hand-picked international music.”

CHIAL Radio shall play carefully curated music customised to map the mood and the time of the day and shall making flying a great experience.

Suneel Dutt, CEO, CHIAL, said, “90 per cent of the flyers of CHIAL are international tourists. We at CHIAL are committed to provide best in class experience for the flyers and offering airport radio for their entertainment is an endeavour in that direction. Chandigarh airport is the first airport in non-metro category in India to offer this service. We are happy to associate with Indigo, an international radio station.”

It is the second time a private radio station has been engaged to play curated music at an Indian airport. Travellers flying in and out of the airport can now listen exclusively to Radio Indigo across all terminals.

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