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India’s largest airline expects to reach pre-Covid international capacity by end-2021, CEO says

  • Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo’s international operations are struggling, but could make a full recovery by the end of the year, said CEO Ronojoy Dutta.
  • His prediction is more optimistic than that of other airline executives.
  • Dutta also said he sees “lots of opportunities for growth” after the virus pandemic ends.

IndiGo sees ‘lots of opportunities’ for growth post-pandemic

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SINGAPORE — Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo’s international operations may be struggling, but the division could make a full recovery by the end of the year, the airline’s chief executive told CNBC this week.

Ronojoy Dutta of IndiGo,

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