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Doubling down: IndiGo airline to expand, defend turf despite loss

Updated : October 26, 2018 01:30 PM IST

The clear market leader with 189 planes and a 43 percent share is unwilling to cede ground to rivals like Jet Airways Ltd and SpiceJet Ltd, Chief Commercial Officer Willy Boulter said.
The airline has said it plans to add to its fleet of Airbus SE A320neos and ATR 72 turboprops at a rate of around 6 planes a month.
Many business travelers now prefer IndiGo because of its new planes, high frequencies and strong on-time performance, despite the grounding of some of its jets due to issues with the Pratt & Whitney engines.
Doubling down: IndiGo airline to expand, defend turf despite loss
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