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IndiGo CEO calms employee fears but does not debunk Bhatia, Gangwal fallout news

CEO Ronojoy Dutta wrote to the airline’s employees trying to assuage any concerns or uncertainties but did not breathe a word debunking the alleged fallout.

IndiGo CEO calms employee fears but does not debunk Bhatia, Gangwal fallout news

IndiGo’s internal divide: Promoters Bhatia, Gangwal clash over airline’s control

IndiGo's co-founders Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal stand divided over management control and appointment of key executives, and have approached law firms to settle the discord.

IndiGo’s internal divide: Promoters Bhatia, Gangwal clash over airline’s control

Now, IndiGo ramps up international operations; looks to fly in China skies

Looking to leverage its existing planes and the new addition to its fleet -- A321 neo aircraft -- the airline is charting its course to map cities in China, the Middle East and SouthEast Asia.

Now, IndiGo ramps up international operations; looks to fly in China skies

Domestic airfares to remain high; better fly abroad as international air tickets set to get cheaper

Persistent high airfares will also take a toll on the passenger traffic, with the growth in the number of domestic travellers expected to moderate to 8-12%.

Domestic airfares to remain high; better fly abroad as international air tickets set to get cheaper

IndiGo wins big, gets 38 of Jet Airways’ 118 plum Delhi slots

Grabbing a total 127 slots out of 766 vacated by Jet Airways, IndiGo has got hold of the second most number of slots after rival SpiceJet.

IndiGo wins big, gets 38 of Jet Airways’ 118 plum Delhi slots

IndiGo offer: Now, book flight tickets for just Rs 899; check routes, other details

IndiGo offer: Low-cost air carrier IndiGo has announced a new discount offer under which flight tickets can be booked for as low as Rs 899 for domestic flights and Rs 3,199 for international flights.

IndiGo offer: Now, book flight tickets for just Rs 899; check routes, other details

InterGlobe Aviation, SpiceJet, Jet Airways: Which airline stock to buy?

Aviation companies such as InterGlobe Aviation, SpiceJet and Jet Airways performed relatively better on a year-on-year basis in terms of topline and bottomline growth for the first quarter ended June 30, 2016.

InterGlobe Aviation, SpiceJet, Jet Airways: Which airline stock to buy?

IndiGo enhances domestic network with new flights

Low-cost carrier, IndiGo, is enhancing its domestic market with the launch of 30 new flights

Aviation companies fly high in Q4; should you invest in Jet Airways, IndiGo or SpiceJet?

The benchmark BSE Sensex plunged over 4 per cent in the past one year till May 26, 2016, while shares of Jet Airways and SpiceJet soared 65 per cent and 248 per cent, respectively, during the same period.

Aviation companies fly high in Q4; should you invest in Jet Airways, IndiGo or SpiceJet?

IndiGo appoints Rohit Philip as new chief financial officer

Rohit Philip comes in place of Pankaj Madan, who has put in his papers, would be joining the no-frills carrier from global document management and business services major Xerox Corporation.

IndiGo appoints Rohit Philip as new chief financial officer

Air India Express starts Delhi-Dubai direct flight

Air India Express has started direct services from the national capital to the Gulf, with the first flight to Dubai taking off today.

Air India Express starts Delhi-Dubai direct flight

IndiGo sacks 2 ground staff, suspends 3 others for Srinagar airport security breach

IndiGo airlines has terminated services of two of its ground staff besides suspending three more employees at the Srinagar airport for a week for security breach last month.

IndiGo sacks 2 ground staff, suspends 3 others for Srinagar airport security breach

As many as 112 pilots tested positive for alcohol from 2013 to 2016; Jet Airways tops, IndiGo follows

As many as 112 pilots of various airlines tested positive for alcohol prior to the commencement of their flights from January 2013 till April 28, Lok Sabha was informed today.

Govt fixing air fares will kill airlines

Let market competition and the business mechanics of the airline companies decide the air fares freely, any government intervention here will adversely impact the civil aviation sector like the Indian Railways.

Govt fixing air fares will kill airlines

Gaining altitude: Indigo lifts marketshare to 38% in March quarter

Yields down 9.5% to R3.64 per available seat km due to lower ticket prices

Gaining altitude: Indigo lifts marketshare to 38% in March quarter
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