When asked if the company has gone slow on flights to European destinations like London - as was reported - the airline said it has "not given up on the destinations" and that the answer is neither no, nor yes.
Its revenues rose 28 percent (YoY) at Rs 7,916.2 crore from Rs 6,178 crore posted last year.
Failures of two major airlines in less than a decade ( Kingfisher in 2012), and now Jet at the brink of failure, will certainly make the entry of new players difficult, if not impossible.
During 2018, IndiGo emerged with the highest market share of 41.5 percent followed by Jet Airways (13.8 percent), Air India (12.7 percent), SpiceJet (12.3 percent) and GoAir (9 percent)
Apart from Port Blair, the government has decided to restrict flying of A320neo-based airlines to long journeys so as to avoid any situation where no airport is available for emergency landing or where no proper infrastructure is available for repairing the plane.
IndiGo reportedly will not launch flights to any European destinations for the next six months or even a year. The plan is not being reversed but will be put under review.
The sole reason quoted for the airline's success is the happiness of its employees, who are known to be one of the most productive and motivated workforces in the world.
The breadth of the market favoured the declines with 592 stocks advancing and 1062 declining while 408 remained unchanged. On the BSE, 980 stocks advanced, 1454 declined and 172 remained unchanged.
The national carrier had decided to shift to Travelport despite several senior officials raising objections against the move.
It is becoming increasingly clear that only large and established airlines can take advantage of the scheme
This is the verbatim transcript of InterGlobe Aviation management call with analysts.
The new aircraft will help the Rahul Bhatia-led airline to fly to Europe, and add destinations in Asia.
The airline had in two tranches placed an order for 430 A320neos (180 in 2011 and 250 in 2015) with Airbus. Later, it converted 150 of these 430 planes to A321neos.
This was the fourth incident of an IndiGo plane facing technical glitch mid-air since December 10.
"The committee has recommended that cancellation charges can't be more than 50 percent of basic fare. Tax and fuel surcharge collected should be refunded to passengers. Airlines are charging too much," Derek O'Brien said.
The two airlines had announced a codeshare deal on December 21.
Moreover, Indigo -- which is the largest airline in India by market share -- also signed a "mutual cooperation agreement" with the Istanbul-based airlines on December 21.
Later, security agencies declared the plane "safe".
The Jaipur-Kolkata IndiGo flight with 136 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Kolkata after smoke incident, prompting the government to order a probe.
The Gurgaon-based no-frills carrier, which enjoys over 40 per cent of the total domestic traffic, had inducted the 100th aircraft on December 24, 2015.
M Saraswathy gets in conversation with Moneycontrol's Prince Thomas to discuss the reasons for discontinuing complimentary meals, the turn around plan for Jet Airways in the wake of financial crisis and much more.
As many as 41 percent of respondents said they will take whatever seat is available. Another 24 percent said they will reach the airport early and try to get a seat of their choice.
The petitioner said that it is practically impossible for travel agents to complete the migration process before December 4.
This is the second time in the past week the railways has cashed in on an opportunity to wrest passengers from the airlines.
As airlines scrape the bottom of the barrel to extract every rupee from passengers, flyers expect too much for too little