For Tata-led Air India, Air Asia An Ally But Vistara A Rival

The car-to-coffee conglomerate, Tata Group’s hopes for partnering up with Singapore Airlines (SIA) shattered when the latter decided against investing in the debt-laden national carrier, Air India.

How Well Kunal Kamra Played The Game That Arnab Goswami Invented

That saying, “for when you gaze long into the abyss, the abyss gazes back into you,” is true. Kunal Kamra and Arnab Goswani’s recent controversy is a testament to Friedrich Nietzsche’s statement. On Tuesday, Kamra was in the same Indigo…

Indigo places Mega order for 300 Airbus jets worth $33 billion

India’s largest airline, IndiGo has ordered 300 planes worth $33 billion. It is Airbus’s largest order from a single airline. The airline is looking to expand its international network with the long-range, fuel-efficient planes.

Airbus delivers 1,000th A320neo family aircraft to IndiGo

Planemaker Airbus has delivered the 1,000th A320neo Family aircraft. The aircraft — an A321neo — was delivered on Thursday (local time) to low-cost airline IndiGo which is the world’s biggest customer for the A320neo Family with orders totalling 430 aircraft.

The Quest for Indigo’s first woman director

IndiGo has approached five prominent personalities to join the board as the airline’s first independent woman director.

For the greater good? The reasons behind Indigo’s ugly infighting

In perhaps the biggest corporate controversy of the year, the two promoters of India’s biggest scheduled airline Indigo have locked horns against each other.

IndiGo promoters’ battle intensifies

IndiGo promoters’ battle turns ugly, Gangwal seeks SEBI’s intervention Low-cost carrier IndiGo’s Co-Founder Rakesh Gangwal has sought intervention by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to curb alleged corporate governance violations by his colleague Rahul Bhatia, a move…

Indigo founders Bhatia and Gangwal see red; may part

Rift between Indigo’s co-founders | Allegedly over differences in expansion strategies

IndiGo gets cold feet on European excursion

Low-cost airline IndiGo has postponed plans to fly to Europe due to profitability issues and uncertainty on the viability of its business model. While Jet Airways and Air India struggle to chart out their future, even India’s most successful low…