IndiGo's rising costs are indication for growth; expect a smooth landing by 2022: CEO Rono Dutta
IndiGo airline's CEO Rono Dutta clears the air on the issue and talks about IndiGo's south-east Asia strategy. Owing to seasonal disruptions, the profitability faltered however they had to start the China and Vietnam flights by October 31 though regulatory approvals there were required and so were the slots.
IndiGo appoints Rono Dutta as principal consultant to chalk out a five year business plan
Dutta was with United Airlines for 17 years and was...
IndiGo To take delivery of 25 A321 planes; sets sights overseas
This is part of the 48 plane deliveries the airline is expecting this year. T...
SpiceJet to strengthen management team as Shilpa Bhatia set to rejoin
Bhatia has been with SpiceJet as its chief of sales and revenue for few years before moving to IndiGo as its chief sales and revenue officer last year. She quit the firm this month. "We are expecting her to join in February" a person aware of the matter who did not wished to be named said, "There are likely to be some other shuffle too including reporting changes."
IndiGo reports record Q2 loss of Rs 1,062 crore
IndiGo posted a 31% increase in its revenue from operations to Rs 8,105 crore.
IndiGo skids 9% on report of rift between promoters
Analysts see this as a temporary setback and don't see this affecting the airline's earnings performance.
Grounded Jet fuels IndiGo to stratosphere
Both had been approached by Gangwal, who had flagged several issues of corporate governance within the company.
IndiGo chief planning officer Michael Swiatek quits
A spokesperson at India’s biggest airline by market share confirmed his resignation and added Friday was his last day at work.
Another Indian heads a US airline
Subodh Karnik follows Rono Dutta & Rakesh Gangwal, who went on to head United Airlines and US Airways.
Another Indian to head a US airline
A manager of Indian engineering pedigree has been named CEO of a middling American airline, the third Indian to hold a top line aviation job in the United States in the past decade.
Deal will go through, says Sahara
Hectic parleys were on in London till late night on Tuesday and sources say the Sahara group is considering suing Jet Airways if Mr Goyal walks away from the agreement that was signed on January 18.
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