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Mon, Sep 9 2019

MEDIA-India's IndiGo, Vistara eye Jet rights for London flights - Economic Times

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IndiGo co-founder says feud still unresolved

BENGALURU A co-founder of India's biggest airline IndiGo, Rakesh Gangwal, said reports that a truce had been brokered between him and another co-founder Rahul Bhatia over disagreements on corporate governance were "false and misleading."

India's top airline IndiGo co-founder says feud still unresolved

BENGALURU A co-founder of India's biggest airline IndiGo, Rakesh Gangwal, said reports that a truce had been brokered between him and another co-founder Rahul Bhatia over disagreements on corporate governance were "false and misleading."

India's top airline IndiGo co-founder says feud still unresolved

BENGALURU, Aug 6 A co-founder of India's biggest airline IndiGo, Rakesh Gangwal, said reports that a truce had been brokered between him and another co-founder Rahul Bhatia over disagreements on corporate governance were "false and misleading."

IndiGo owner sees more flyers after record profit, Jet collapse helps

BENGALURU Interglobe Aviation Ltd, the operator of India's top airline IndiGo, said on Friday it expected passenger capacity to grow by nearly a third this fiscal year, as the company posted a record quarterly profit, gaining from the collapse of Jet Airways.

UPDATE 3-IndiGo owner sees more flyers after record profit, Jet collapse helps

BENGALURU, July 19 Interglobe Aviation Ltd , the operator of India's top airline IndiGo, said on Friday it expected passenger capacity to grow by nearly a third this fiscal year, as the company posted a record quarterly profit, gaining from the collapse of Jet Airways.

IndiGo operator Interglobe Aviation's June-qtr profit surges

BENGALURU, July 19 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.

MEDIA-India's IndiGo board to question Gangwal on talks with Pratt & Whitney - Economic Times

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Row between founders hits shares in IndiGo parent

BENGALURU/MUMBAI An escalating dispute between IndiGo's co-founders sparked falls in its parent firm's shares on Wednesday as investors fretted about the potential impact on India's largest airline.

UPDATE 4-Row between founders hits shares in IndiGo parent

* Shares in rival SpiceJet rise as much as 9% (Adds InterGlobe Enterprises' response to Gangwal's letter)

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