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Govt Should Consider Increasing Upper Caps On Domestic Airfares Amid Rising Fuel Prices: IndiGo CEO

The ministry had imposed lower and upper limits on domestic airfares based on flight duration when services were resumed on May 25, 2020, after a two-month lockdown due to the pandemic

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IndiGo To Conduct Internal Study On How To Better Handle Specially Abled Passengers: CEO

The official said the airline will take note of the DGCA findings and implement each one of them

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To Board Or Not To Board? The Indigo Imbroglio

The disabled must get their dignity and respect. But then business too should not always be maligned and mauled. Fifty-fifty

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IndiGo Appoints Vikram Mehta, Former IAF Chief BS Dhanoa To Its Board

The appointments are subject to receipt of security clearance from the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and approval of the board members of the company

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Passenger's Mobile Phone Catches Fire Mid-air On IndiGo's Dibrugarh-Delhi Flight

There was no injury to any passenger or cabin crew member due to this incident, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) officials said

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IndiGo Hikes Pilots' Salaries By 8% From April 1

Full regular international flight services resumed in India after the COVID-19 outbreak on March 27

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Indian Carrier IndiGo's Parent Skids Over 4% As Co-founder Quits, Plans Stake Cut

Gangwal and his family own 36.61 per cent stake in InterGlobe, while another co-founder and managing director Rahul Bhatia and his family own about 37.8 per cent.

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Breakthrough: P&W's New Hybrid-Electric Propulsion Technology To Achieve 30% Improvement In Fuel Efficiency Against Modern Turboprop -- Ashmita Sethi, President, P&W India

P&W is the powerhouse of aerospace engineering for its after burning turbofan engine for the world’s only operational 5th gen fighter aircraft -- F-35 and F-22 Raptor. India is on course to develop its very own 5 gen multi role fighter jet—AMCA. While Navy and IAF are gunning for Deck Based Fighter and 114 MRFA fighter program. Could P&W collaborate on such futuristic program with govt.of India? BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha speaks with Ashmita Sethi, President and Country Head, P&W on such critical technologies and the possibilities that could propel India leaf frog into building next gen advance aero engine. She also opens up on technological breakthroughs/R&D as the new hybrid-electric propulsion technology and Ceramic matrix composites will set forth the new era of aviation.

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Runway To Recovery

Virtually grounded a year ago in the wake of the pandemic, the domestic civil aviation sector has seen a quick turnaround thanks to pent up demand, right policy push and a slew of decisions helping the sector become future ready. Will Omicron play spoilsport?

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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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