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InterGlobe Aviation Ltd (INGL.NS)

INGL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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Thu, Mar 8 2018

BRIEF-Interglobe Aviation Says Has Not Violated Any Provision Of The Competition Act‍​

* INTERGLOBE AVIATION CLARIFIES ON NEWS ITEM ON ‍COMPETITION COMMISSION OF INDIA FINING CO FOR UNFAIR BUSINESS PRACTICES​

BUZZ-Indian airline shares rise after strong Jan passenger data

** Shares of Indian air carriers post gains in the range of 1 pct-3 pct

Three Indigo aircraft grounded after Pratt & Whitney engine issue

MUMBAI Three Airbus A320neo aircraft operated by India's biggest airline IndiGo, owned by InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, have been grounded, due to the latest Pratt & Whitney engine issue, IndiGo said in a statement on Saturday.

BRIEF-India's Interglobe Aviation Appoints Wolfgang Prock-Schaver As COO

* APPOINTS WOLFGANG PROCK-SCHAVER AS COO OF CO Source text - http://bit.ly/2DPpzRn Further company coverage:

InterGlobe Aviation third-quarter profit up 56 percent on higher ticket revenue

InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, the owner of India's biggest airline IndiGo, said net profit surged over 56 percent in the third quarter, helped by higher passenger ticket revenue and credit received from manufacturers.

UPDATE 1-India's InterGlobe Aviation Q3 profit up 56 pct on higher ticket revenue

Jan 24 InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, the owner of India's biggest airline IndiGo, said net profit surged over 56 percent in the third quarter, helped by higher passenger ticket revenue and credit received from manufacturers.

India's InterGlobe Aviation Q3 profit rises over 56 pct

Jan 24 InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, the owner of India's biggest airline IndiGo, said net profit rose over 56 percent in the third quarter, helped by higher passenger ticket revenue.

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