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India's IndiGo switches 125 Airbus A320neo orders to longer range A321s: source

NEW DELHI IndiGo, India's largest domestic airline, has switched 125 of its existing Airbus A320neo jet orders to the longer range A321neo model, according to an Airbus source.

IndiGo switches 125 Airbus A320neo orders to longer range A321s - source

NEW DELHI IndiGo, India's largest domestic airline, has switched 125 of its existing Airbus A320neo jet orders to the longer range A321neo model, according to an Airbus source.

India's IndiGo switches 125 Airbus A320neo orders to longer range A321s - source

NEW DELHI, Nov 10 IndiGo, India's largest domestic airline, has switched 125 of its existing Airbus A320neo jet orders to the longer range A321neo model, according to an Airbus source.

Doubling down: IndiGo airline to expand, defend turf despite loss

NEW DELHI India's largest domestic airline, IndiGo, will add 30 percent capacity this financial year to maintain dominance of the world's fastest growing aviation market, although its parent company has just recorded its first quarterly loss since listing.

Doubling down: IndiGo airline to expand, defend turf despite loss

NEW DELHI India's largest domestic airline, IndiGo, will add 30 percent capacity this financial year to maintain dominance of the world's fastest growing aviation market, although its parent company has just recorded its first quarterly loss since listing.

FOCUS-Doubling down: India's IndiGo airline to expand, defend turf despite loss

* Indigo to increase capacity by 30 percent this financial year

BUZZ-India's InterGlobe Aviation falls after first-ever qtrly loss since listing

** Shares of InterGlobe Aviation Ltd fall as much as 3.7 percent to 786.65 rupees

IndiGo moves to preserve cash after first quarterly loss

BENGALURU/NEW DELHI InterGlobe Aviation Ltd's IndiGo has pushed back plans to own Airbus A320neo planes to preserve cash and will continue to lease them, its interim CEO said on Wednesday after the company posted its first quarterly loss since 2015.

UPDATE 2-India's IndiGo moves to preserve cash after first quarterly loss

* Delays plans to launch low-cost long haul flights (Adds executive comments, details on earnings)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-India's InterGlobe Aviation posts Sept-qtr loss as fuel costs, weak rupee bite

Oct 24 IndiGo owner InterGlobe Aviation Ltd posted on Wednesday its first quarterly loss since its stock market debut in November 2015 as higher crude prices and a weaker rupee pushed its costs higher.

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