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Jan 27, 2016
IndiGo expands network, adds eight new daily domestic flightsThe new flights connect Delhi to Chennai, Chennai to Kochi, Guwahati to Delhi and Hyderabad to Delhi, among other routes, it said.
Jan 21, 2016
IndiGo cruises on with more flyers, cheaper fuel; Q3 net profit jumps 24% to Rs 657 crAfter getting listed, this is the first time that InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, which runs the airline under the brand name IndiGo, is announcing its quarterly results.
Dec 01, 2015
New Airbus Neos to join IndiGo fleet from Dec, carrier plans direct flights abroad from KolkataIndiGo in August had finalised a $26.55 billion purchase of 250 new Airbus A320 Neo.
Sep 14, 2015
IndiGo's success mantra lies in obsessive focus on cost reductionAs per DGCA data, IndiGo is closing in on 40 percent share of the domestic market and CAPA has estimated the airline will reach the 50 percent mark next calendar year.
Sep 11, 2015
Booster shot for IPO: IndiGo posts record Rs 1,304 cr profit in FY15The numbers for IndiGo for FY15 may give the airline much needed fillip just as it readies to approach investors with an IPO which is expected to be launched sometime next month.
Sep 01, 2015
IndiGo adds nine new flights, takes total to 647 a dayThe airline has also rolled out the eighth daily non-stop flight between Delhi and Lucknow, besides launching a sixth daily direct flight between Mumbai and Goa.
Aug 18, 2015
IndiGo follows copybook LCC model, wants profitable growth: CEO Aditya GhoshIndia is a most under-penetrated market compared to, say, China, Brazil, says IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh.
Aug 17, 2015
IndiGo firms up order for 250 Airbus planes, to spend Rs 1.55 lakh crThe carrier had earlier too placed orders of 100 A-320s in 2005 and another 180 A-320 neos in 2011 worth about $11 billion, which was the largest-ever at that time.
Jun 02, 2015
IndiGo launches 6E Pass to cushion regular flyers from price fluctuationsWhile the national permit costs Rs 42,000, the regional permit costs Rs 21,000 for all flights, the airlines said in a release.
Nov 05, 2014
IndiGo completes a century, inducts 100th aircraft in fleetThe A-320 plane landed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport this morning, enabling IndiGo, which holds India's largest aviation market share, to join the league of Air India and Jet Airways which also have over 100 planes in their respective fleets.