Ronojoy Dutta, chief executive officer of indiGo, said that flight bookings have taken a hit due to the outbreak of the omicron variant, which many health experts believe may lead to a third wave.
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Pieter Elbers new IndiGo CEO; Dutta to retire
THE Board of Directors of InterGlobe Aviation (IndiGo) has appointed Pieter Elbers as the chief executive officer, subject to regulatory approvals. He will join IndiGo on or before October 1.
दिव्यांग को विमान में चढ़ने से रोकने पर सिंधिया सख्त
कहा, ऐसा व्यवहार कतई बर्दाश्त नहीं किया जाएगा
Child row: DGCA forms team to probe IndiGo
Airline CEO offers to buy wheelchair for the specially-abled boy, insists crew made the best possible decision'q
IndiGo is the sixth in the world!
It has been a remarkable climb to the Top-10 in the world. Few expected IndiGo to achieve the position it has, when it first ordered 100 aircraft at the Paris air show in the early part of this century. It has proved every detractor wrong and as it now hits the top 10 in the world; IndiGo only reaffirms its excellence as an airline.
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India 1st in Asia-Pacific to use satnav to land aircraft
Satellites have been helping motorists navigate their way to destinations for decades now, but on Thursday, for the first time in Asia-Pacific, the very same constellation of satellites that offers GPS teamed up with three ISRO satellites to provide navigation guidance to pilots who landed their aircraft safely on to the Ajmer airport runway in a successful trial flight.