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IndiGo promoters' feud simmers; shareholders to meet on Jan 29

The EGM would discuss deleting various Articles pertaining to transfer and acquisition of the company's shares, including 'Right of First Refusal' and ' Tag Along Right', in the company's Articles......

Why air tickets in India are going cheap

Airlines say that they are keeping their fingers crossed for December - another peak period - when, based on current bookings, the air fares for those who buy early are more or less in line with......

With more seats, IndiGo pips Air India on international routes

While IndiGo had 11.8 per cent of all the international seats to and fro India in the last week of August, Air India's seat share was 11.4 per cent. Emirates came third with 8.1 per cent, and rest......

Despite Jet crisis, domestic air traffic set for double-digit growth again

One reason is that airlines have ramped up capacity and expanded their presence in tier-II markets.The first of a three-part series analyses how the aviation industry is an outlier in the midst of......

IndiGo promoters' spat: Rahul Bhatia's tirade continues

Currently, there are related party transactions in four areas -- real estate leased to IGAL, simulator training facilities, General Sales Agreements (GSAs) for limited foreign markets and crew......
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IndiGo promoters' feud simmers; shareholders to meet on Jan 29

The EGM would discuss deleting various Articles pertaining to transfer and acquisition of the company's shares, including 'Right of First Refusal'... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/indigo-promoters-feud-continues-to-simmer/20200103.htm
Overcapacity in skies pulls down fares, hurts airlines’ bottomline

NEW DELHI: The rush by airlines to add planes and launch flights on slots vacated by Jet Airways has led to overcapacity in the Indian market,... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/stocks/news/overcapacity-in-skies-pulls-down-fares-hurts-airlines-bottomline/articleshow/72135261.cms
Why air tickets in India are going cheap

Airlines say that they are keeping their fingers crossed for December - another peak period - when, based on current bookings, the air fares for... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/report/why-air-tickets-in-india-are-going-cheap/20191118.htm
Ronojoy Dutta

IndiGo is Airbus' biggest client for A320neo planes, and while the P&W engines are fuel efficient there have been issues since they entered service... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/transportation/airlines-/-aviation/replacing-pratt-engines-in-indigo-fleet-by-end-of-january-a-challenge-ronojoy-dutta/articleshow/72109118.cms
Ronojoy Dutta

Ronojoy Dutta said the management is insulated from the promoters & is professionally run by the board. By Mihir Mishra , ET Bureau | Updated: Nov... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/transportation/airlines-/-aviation/indigo-run-by-board-if-theres-anyone-i-talk-to-its-chairman-says-ronojoy-dutta-ceo-interglobe-aviation/articleshow/72064089.cms

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