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Articles tagged “indigo”

Airline Weekly

Outgoing KLM CEO Pieter Elbers Offers These Parting Thoughts

Departing KLM CEO Pieter Elbers's confidence in the value of a strong hub was confirmed during the pandemic. He leaves the airline on strong footing after eight-years at its helm as he departs for India's IndiGo.

Outgoing KLM CEO Pieter Elbers Offers These Parting Thoughts

Airline Weekly

Podcast: IndiGo Goes and Goes!

Just how bullish is IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta on India’s airline market? Very, very bullish. But Edward “Ned” Russell and Madhu Unnikrishnan note that others have predicted that India’s aviation market is about to take off (Kingfisher? Jet Airways?). So what makes Dutta so confident? Listen to this week’s episode to find out.

Podcast: IndiGo Goes and Goes!

Airline Weekly

IndiGo CEO Fears Demand Will Fall as Fares Rise to Match Fuel Costs

Demand has rebounded from its pandemic lows, and is even up in some segments for IndiGo. But demand may be adversely impacted as the airline tries to raise fares to cover higher fuel costs.

IndiGo CEO Fears Demand Will Fall as Fares Rise to Match Fuel Costs

Airline Weekly

IndiGo CEO Dismissive of Tata-Air India Deal and New Startups

IndiGo isn't too worried about the changing competitive airline landscape in India. It can afford to be smug — for now — thanks to its commanding position in the country's domestic market and expanding international network, but rivals are nipping at its heels.

IndiGo CEO Dismissive of Tata-Air India Deal and New Startups

Online Travel

MakeMyTrip Grows Despite Turbulence in India’s Airline Sector

The past year has been a horror show for India's aviation sector. So MakeMyTrip deserves kudos for continuing to grow its air ticketing and overall sales despite the upheaval. But executives deserve criticism for the company's relentless unprofitability.

MakeMyTrip Grows Despite Turbulence in India’s Airline Sector

Airlines

Ex-United President Is Selected as CEO to Lead IndiGo Into a New Era

IndiGo’s appointment of veteran airline CEO Ronojoy Dutta to lead its aggressive expansion, particularly into new long-haul territory, is a fresh departure from the woes of non-happening Air India or Jet Airways.

Airlines

Why India’s Airlines Have a Long-Haul Road to Success

India’s airlines punch far below their weight in the intercontinental arena. In fact, deeply troubled Air India maintains its leadership in the market. But will things change as others, including some low-cost carriers, contemplate long-haul flying?

Hotels

Hotel Industry’s Quest to Go Local Is Reaching Slightly Absurd Proportions

Lets be a bit more real in the marketing of local in hospitality. And a little less lame.

Hotel Industry’s Quest to Go Local Is Reaching Slightly Absurd Proportions

Airlines

IndiGo carried more passengers than any other Indian airline in 2012

Thanks to Kingfisher’s slow demise throughout the year, both Indigo and Air India were able to substantially increase their market share despite fewer flyers buying fares.

IndiGo carried more passengers than any other Indian airline in 2012

Airlines

Low-cost carrier IndiGo has the largest market share of domestic flights in India

Kingfisher was the first to drop from the number one spot, followed most recently by Jet Group, paving the way for young carrier IndiGo to claim the title, even if it is still a fight to remain profitable.