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Interglobe Aviation Limited is engaged in the provision of passenger services. The Company is engaged in the business of providing domestic and international scheduled air transport services under the name of IndiGo. The Company's segments include Domestic, which provides air transportation within India, and International, which provides air transportation outside India. The Company operates on a low-cost carrier (LCC) business model. The Company has a fleet size of approximately 110 aircrafts. The Company offers flights to over 30 cities in India and approximately five cities internationally, including Bangkok, Dubai, Kathmandu, Muscat and Singapore.
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President, Chief Operating Officer
Chief Executive Officer, Whole Time Director
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Senior Vice President - Human Resources
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IndiGo, India's biggest airline, on Monday reported a rise in profit for the October-December quarter, helped by lower fuel prices.
India's market regulator is probing whether InterGlobe Aviation Ltd Chief Executive Officer Ronojoy Dutta downplayed the tussle between the promoters of the country's largest carrier IndiGo, ET Now reported on Thursday, citing sources.
Shares of Interglobe Aviation Ltd fell as much as 19% on Wednesday after one of the co-founders of India's largest airline IndiGo alleged violation of corporate governance rules at the parent group.
* INDIA'S INDIGO EXEC SAYS WE ARE LOOKING TO STRENGTHEN OUR INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
India's civil aviation watchdog will issue an advanced safety management protocol in one week for airlines operating Airbus A320neo aircraft fitted with the troubled Pratt & Whitney engines, the civil aviation secretary told Reuters on Tuesday.
* Deliveries of Airbus A320neo have resumed (Adds comments from IndiGo executives)
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, operator of IndiGo, said on Wednesday it grounded five Airbus A320neo aircraft at New Delhi airport after issues with their engines manufactured by United Technologies' Pratt & Whitney.
* Expects 20 pct annual compound growth in capacity for 2018-2020
* Exec says seeing high rate of replacement of engines in its new Airbus A320NEO aircraft
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