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IndiGo warns it was hacked, confidential data might be publicized

India's largest airline IndiGo indicated that it was hacked and that potentially, user data was breached. The airline warned that data might become public....


India’s biggest airline IndiGo may start rehiring in three months

India’s biggest airline, IndiGo, sees fast recovery and could start rehiring staff in three months....


IndiGo to pay out passenger refunds and credit shells

The budget carrier IndiGo announced it will pay out all passenger refunds and credit shells by the end of January 2021....


IndiGo to surrender ‘leave without pay’ scheme by 2021

IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta reportedly announced the airline’s plan to surrender the “leave without pay” program....


IndiGo looking at CFM and P&W engines for up to $10.7 billion

IndiGo is eyeing a huge order of aircraft engines to power 150 Airbus A320neo aircraft that are yet to be delivered. The deal could be worth up to $10.7 billion....


Can you guess Top 10 largest airlines right now? | Quiz

Some airlines have fared better than others during the current travel downturn. But how well do you know which airline is the largest in the world right now? Take the quiz:...


Indian LCC IndiGo to bid adieu to 10% of its employees

Despite its best efforts to reduce costs and to avoid involuntary layoffs, the Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo will say goodbye to 10% of its total workforce....


IndiGo to continue taking deliveries of A320neos despite Q4 loss

In what seems to be a gamble on the recovery of the aviation industry, IndiGo, India’s largest airline, has said that it will continue integrating new aircraft to its fleet, as well as taking delive...


India resumes domestic flights after two months

India resumed domestic flights on Monday, May 25, 2020 after two months of halting scheduled passenger flights across the country. The world’s largest democracy ground to a halt when the government...


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DGCA demands IndiGo get rid of unmodified PW engines by mid-2020

IndiGo’s woes with its A320neo engines might soon come to an end. Calling the work that the airline has done so far “impressive”, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has set a new deadline for IndiGo to completed remove unmodified, potentially dangerous engines from its fleet. ...