INDIGO'S LOSSES NARROW SEQUENTIALLY
The Morning Standard|October 29, 2021
INTERGLOBE Aviation Limited — which operates IndiGo — the country’s biggest airline on Thursday reported a net loss of ₹1,435.6 crore for the September quar ter (Q2FY22), compared to a loss of ₹ 1,194.80 crore in the corresponding quarter last year.

Sequentially, however, it witnessed a big improvement as the airline posted a loss of ₹3,179 crore in the Covid-19-hit June-ended quarter.

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