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IndiGo Names Saguna Vaid As Its General Counsel

Vaid will be replacing Priya Mehra, who has joined upcoming low-cost carrier Akasa Air as its legal head.

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IndiGo, Kotak Mahindra Bank Tie Up For Co-Branded Credit Card Ka-Ching

This collaboration will create value for customers in the form of a powerful product proposition offering a premium rewards experience to customers

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IndiGo Sees Tata As 'Formidable Competition' After Air India Deal

Tata also owns a majority stake in Vistara, a premium joint venture with Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIAL.SI), as well as budget airline AirAsia India.

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American Airlines, Indigo Sign Codeshare Agreement

The one-way codeshare agreement will place American's code on 29 of IndiGo's domestic routes, providing a convenient option for American Airlines customers to travel within India after landing in Bengaluru or Delhi.

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IndiGo Signs Pact To Explore Usage Of Sustainable Aviation Fuel In Its Aircraft

"The utilisation of SAF commercially is still a few years away but as a leader in Indian aviation, we have already embarked on this journey by signing our first MoU with an international SAF provider,"

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IndiGo Signs Pact To Explore Potential Of Using Sustainable Aviation Fuel In Aircraft

IndiGo said it is currently taking up the following steps to reduce its aviation turbine fuel (ATF) consumption to decreased its carbon footprint — fleet modernisation; implementing weight reduction measures on board; optimising flight routes; improving flight operations; and following fuel-efficient best practices.

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Airbus Military Transport Aircraft C295 Is Actually The First Tangible Make In India Program: Airbus President Rémi Maillard

On the Sidelines of Aero India 2021, BW Businesworld's Manish Kumar Jha interacts with Rémi Maillard, President & MD, India & South Asia, Airbus on defence and commercial commitment to India. Airbus is emphatic on its C 295 military transport aircraft program with Tata which is awaiting final approval. Rémi also proposed Airbus AS565 Panther helicopter to Indian Navy under NUH program which is in direct competition with India's advance helicopter platforms by DPSU HAL.

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India's IndiGo Reports Fourth Straight Loss On COVID-19 Hit

The company reported a net loss of 6.27 billion Indian rupees ($85.9 million) in the three months ended Dec. 31, compared with a profit of 4.9 billion rupees a year earlier.

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IndiGo Tightens Grip In India And Targets Growth Abroad

The COVID-19 pandemic brought global air travel to a halt, plunging airlines into the red. India imposed one of the toughest lockdowns and even now airlines can only fly 80% of their total capacity on domestic routes.

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Indigo flight makes emergency landing in Bhopal

Indigo flight makes emergency landing in Bhopal

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Special team formed to probe IndiGo manager's murder: Nitish Kumar

Special team formed to probe IndiGo manager's murder: Nitish Kumar

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Wait is now Over: Delhi, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu Receive 1st consignment of Covishield Covid Vaccine

All three trucks are temperature-controlled. ‘May All Be Free from Disease’ is written on all vaccine boxes. A Puja was performed before the vehicles left the facility.

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Indian Airline Indigo To Reach 80% Of Normal Domestic Capacity Soon

The airline hopes to reach 100% of normal domestic capacity by early next year and 100% of its usual international capacity by the end of 2021

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Fifty-Fifty: Why Indigo Stock Is So Good To Buy

One would think that in today’s day-and-age customer service would be a sine quo non in the airlines business. But Indigo is surely an exception.

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P&W Engines Are The Best Choice To Power India’s Defence Aircraft: Ashmita Sethi, President and Country Head, Pratt & Whitney, India

Indian defence & aerospace is at the critical juncture of building capability. IAF talked about more than 1000 fighter aircraft for India’s next generation Advance Medium Combat Aircraft & Tejas Mk-2. What is lacking for India is the elusive jet engine capability. P&W makes world's most powerful jet engine for Fighter jets- F-22 & F 35. BW Businessworld's Manish kumar Jha speaks with Ashmita Sethi, President and Country Head, Pratt & Whitney, UTC India on such issues.

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