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India's Interglobe Aviation Exec Says In Advanced Talks For Sale And Leaseback Of Unencumbered Assets
Interglobe Aviation Total Debt As Of June 2020 Of 235.52 Bln Rupees
Interglobe Aviation Sees Q2 Fiscal 2021 ASKs To Be Around 40% Of Q2 Fiscal 2020
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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Interglobe Aviation Ltd , which runs India's largest airline Indigo, reported its steepest quarterly loss in at least five years on Wednesday as travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic hit its operations.
IndiGo, India's biggest airline, plans to cut up to 40 billion rupees ($533 million) in costs and speed up the return of older planes to leasing companies as it grapples with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Interglobe Aviation Ltd , which runs India's largest airline Indigo, reported a quarterly loss on Tuesday as its expenses rose and the COVID-19 pandemic hit operations.
* INTERGLOBE AVIATION SAYS CO AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE 97 KERALA REPARATION FLIGHTS TO THE MIDDLE EAST Further company coverage:
* FURTHER SUSPENDED OPERATION OF ALL ITS SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC FLIGHTS UNTIL MAY 17, 2020 Source text: https://bit.ly/2SBPuRK Further company coverage:
* IN JAN AND FEB, INDIGO EXPERIENCED MODEST IMPACT FROM CORONAVIRUS
* INTERGLOBE AVIATION - NEWS ITEM ON REGULATOR FINDING UNDISCLOSED RELATED PARTY TRANSACTION "FACTUALLY INCORRECT"
IndiGo, India's biggest airline, on Monday reported a rise in profit for the October-December quarter, helped by lower fuel prices.
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd , the owner of India's biggest airline IndiGo, reported a bigger loss in the September quarter, hurt by higher expenses and as the aviation industry grapples with slowing passenger growth in a sluggish economy.
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Indian airline operator Interglobe Aviation Ltd reported a surge in profit for the June quarter on Friday, benefiting from the collapse of Jet Airways, as more passengers chose to fly its low-cost carrier IndiGo.
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.
Indian shares closed at record highs on Monday, buoyed by gains in metal stocks, with Tata Steel Ltd posting its best day in a month.
One of the co-founders of India's largest airline IndiGo has no plans of taking control of the carrier, its Chief Executive said on Saturday, two days after parent InterGlobe Aviation Ltd shares fell over a media report about alleged differences between the co-founders.
** Shares of InterGlobe Aviation Ltd fall as much as 6.5% to 1,506 rupees, their worst intra-day pct loss since Oct. 9
** Shares of InterGlobe Aviation Ltd gain as much as 2.85 pct to 1,256 rupees, highest since May 31, 2018
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, owner of India's biggest airline by market share IndiGo, on Thursday appointed Ronojoy Dutta as chief executive officer for five years.
* INDIA'S INDIGO EXEC SAYS WE ARE LOOKING TO STRENGTHEN OUR INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, owner of India's biggest airline by market share IndiGo, reported a nearly 75 percent slump in third-quarter profit on Wednesday, hurt by higher crude prices and rising competition.
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