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IndiGo is India’s largest and most preferred passenger airline and amongst the fastest growing airlines in the world.

We have a simple philosophy: offer fares that are affordable, flights that are on time, and provide a courteous and hassle-free travel experience across our unparalleled network. We show that low cost does not mean low quality. With our fleet of over 320 aircraft, we operate well over 1,900 daily flights, connecting over 110+ destinations (of which 32 international), welcoming 85+ million customers on board last year. We have an industry leading on-time performance and one of the highest customer NPS in the Indian market. At IndiGo, we will continue to extend our scope, by spreading our wings internationally, developing from a domestic carrier to a global aviation giant.

India by IndiGo

Right from IndiGo’s start, it has been our mission to connect the vast and diverse India, supporting social cohesion, mobility and economic progress. With our unparalleled network we are giving wings to the nation, enabling air travel to all large, medium, and smaller cities across India. Our many first-time flyers are a true testimony to this, just as the economy and trade that can flourish as a result of all these connections. And so, our purpose is ‘Giving wings to the nation, by connecting people and aspirations’. This is also briefly captured as ‘India by IndiGo’.

Our People and our Values

We understand that a highly engaged and motivated workforce leads to higher levels of customer service. Our core strength lies in our highly skilled, motivated, and engaged employees, who enable us to deliver the courteous and hassle-free service to the 300,000 passengers flying with us each day. The teamwork displayed by our employees is tangible across our stations and departments. We are proud to have ifly, one of the largest aviation training academies in the world, where the IndiGo spirit is created for over 2,000 people a day.

Over the years a strong IndiGo culture has been build and nurtured. This is centered around our five core values: Always safe, Passionately consistent, Service from the heart, Humility with pride and Power of We – which our staff exhibit in their daily work. With our Made in IndiGo program, we give room to our home-grown 6E employees to flourish.

Sustainability commitment

At IndiGo, we strive to deliver our customer promise in the most sustainable way possible. With our investments in the new generation aircraft, we have been able to reduce CO2 footprint by around 20% in financial year 2023 as compared to 7 years ago. Today, around 80% of our fleet is new generation and due to that, we are one of the lowest CO2 emitting airlines in the world. Apart from this, sustainability is integrated at the operational level and we are making a series of investments towards more responsible flying including single engine taxiing, introduction of electric ground vehicles, electronic flight bags and water conservation techniques on-board.

Reaching out to people not only with planes but also with our hearts

Being a responsible airline, we believe that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important aspect of our growth strategy. Our CSR arm, IndiGoReach, contributes towards the goal of sustainable development for communities. It focuses on four themes: children and education, women empowerment, environment, and heritage. With different programs being implemented across 18 Indian states we have been able to reach over 100,000 beneficiaries.

Recognitions

As India’s most preferred airline, we were recognized by several reputed organizations from around the world:

  • We were awarded with the CAPA Environmental Sustainability Awards for 2023 in the category Asia Environmental Sustainability Airline of the Year.
  • We were awarded with “World’s Youngest Aircraft Fleet” in the 100+ aircraft category by ch-aviation.
  • We were ranked as the 5th most punctual mega airline in the world by the Official Aviation Guide (‘OAG’).
  • We were awarded as the “Best Low-Cost Airline in India & South Asia” by SkyTrax in 2023, for the 13th time in a row.
Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran

Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran

Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran is the Chairman and Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Dr. Sumantran, is a business leader, technocrat and academic, having worked in the USA, Europe, and Asia through a career spanning over 37 years. He is currently the Chairman and Managing Director of Celeris Technologies, a strategic advisory firm engaged in the domains of automotive, mobility, digital transformation, and technologies. He also serves on the Boards of Rane Holdings Limited, and TVS Electronics Limited.

Until 2014, he was the Executive Vice-Chairman of Hinduja Automotive (UK) and the Vice Chairman of Ashok Leyland Limited. Previously, from 2001 to 2005, Dr. Sumantran was the Executive Director at Tata Motors Limited and Chief Executive of the Passenger Car Business during its formative years. Earlier, Dr. Sumantran had a 16-year career with General Motors, starting in the Research & Development (R&D) Centre in Detroit and subsequently as Director, Advanced Engineering at General Motors, Europe. He has served on the Science Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India, and the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Indian Cabinet. Most recently, he served as the Lead-Member of the Consultative Group on Future Transportation at the Office of the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India. He also served as a Distinguished Visiting Professor at IIT Madras and Adjunct Professor at MIT MISI.

A recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award at IIT Madras, Dr. Sumantran went on to acquire a PhD degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master’s degree in Management of Technology. He obtained his private pilot’s licence at the age of 19 years, and has remained a keen follower of aviation and aerospace technologies.

Ms. Pallavi Shardul Shroff

Ms. Pallavi Shardul Shroff

Ms. Pallavi Shardul Shroff is a Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Shroff is the Managing Partner of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co. with over 37 years of extensive experience. Her broad and varied representation of public and private corporations and other entities, before various national courts, tribunals and legal institutions has earned her national and international acclaim. She is a member of the Competition Law Review Committee, constituted by the Government of India. Ms. Shroff has been closely involved with some of the most challenging litigation and arbitration matters in India. She appears regularly in the Supreme Court and High Courts of India, and in arbitrations, mediations and international legal disputes. She has recently been appointed on the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) Court of Arbitration. She is presently a Director on the Boards of prestigious companies viz. Apollo Tyres Ltd., Trident Ltd., Asian Paints Ltd and One97 Communications Ltd (Paytm).Ms. Shroff was recently conferred the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the Chambers India Awards 2019 and also been recognised as one of the Most Powerful Women in Indian Business by Business Today, seven years in succession (2013-19).

Mr. Vikram Singh Mehta

Mr. Vikram Singh Mehta

Mr. Vikram Singh Mehta is currently Chairman and Distinguished Fellow of CSEP (Centre for Social and Economic Progress). He was the Executive Chairman of Brookings Institution India Center and Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution from 2012 to 2020. Prior to that, he was the Chairman of the Shell Group of Companies in India (1994–2012); Chief Executive of Shell Markets and Shell Chemicals, Egypt (1992–1993); and Advisor, Strategic Planning to the State–owned Company, Oil India Limited (1984 –1988). He started his career by joining the Indian Administrative Service in 1978 and resigned from the Service in 1980. Mr. Mehta is an Independent Director on the Boards of a number of companies including Larsen and Toubro Limited, Mahindra and Mahindra Limited, Colgate Palmolive India Limited, Apollo Tyres Limited, HT Media Limited and Jubilant FoodWorks Limited. He is also on the Boards of Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company, Overseers of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and the Global Advisory Board of Macro Advisory Partners. Mr. Mehta was the recipient of Asia House's "Businessmen Of The Year” award for 2010. He also received Asia Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability’s Award for “Best Independent Director” in India for 2016.

ACM B. S. Dhanoa (Retd.)

ACM B. S. Dhanoa (Retd.)

ACM B. S. Dhanoa (Retd.) is an alumnus of St. George's College, Mussoorie. He then moved to Rashtriya Indian Military College, Dehradun, and later joined the National Defence Academy (NDA) in June 1974. He graduated from the Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1977. Post his flying training, he was commissioned in the Fighter Stream of the Indian Air Force (IAF) in June 1978. In 1985, he carried out the All-Purpose Flying Instructors Course (APFIC) and then attained the highest-Flying Instructor's Category ‘A’ in 1987. He completed M. Sc. in Defence Studies from Madras University and attended a Defence Services Staff College Course in 1990–91. He has an illustrious career with the IAF and has served at various ranks. He served as the Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of South-Western Air Command before taking over as the Vice Chief of Air Staff (VCAS) in May 2015. He served as the 25th Chief of the IAF from January 1, 2017, to September 30, 2019, and led the IAF when it executed air strikes over a terror camp in Balakot in Pakistan in February 2019. He has been awarded with the Param Vishisht Seva Medal in 2016, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal in 2015, Yudh Seva Medal 1999 and Vayu Sena Medal in 1999. Amongst various other achievements, the fighter squadron he commanded was the most decorated unit of the IAF during the Kargil conflict, due to his excellent leadership. He is currently an Independent Director on the Board of Hero MotoCorp Limited from October 2020.

Mr. Rahul Bhatia

Mr. Rahul Bhatia

Mr. Rahul Bhatia is the Promoter and Managing Director of the Company. He is also the Group Managing Director of InterGlobe Enterprises. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.

Mr. Bhatia established InterGlobe Enterprises in 1989 with its flagship business of Air Transport Management. With a substantial experience of over 3 decades in the travel industry, it is under his effective captainship that the InterGlobe Group has diversified its portfolio, which now includes Civil Aviation (IndiGo), Hospitality, Airline Management, Travel Commerce, Advanced Pilot Training, and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

In 2011, Mr. Bhatia was recognized as the ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ by Ernst & Young and also by The Economic Times. In the same year, he received ‘The Outstanding Start-Up’ award at the Forbes India Leadership Awards as well. In 2016, he was featured on the Forbes’ Global Game Changers List.

Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran

Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran

Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran, Non-Executive Director, IAS (Retd.), presently a Governance Consultant, Advisor, Mentor and Coach, has worked with the Union and the State Governments of India, regulatory bodies, investment institutions, banks, development financial institutions and with the private sector. He was Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) from February 2005 to February 2008. He has led the highly successful and transformational restructuring efforts in Unit Trust of India (UTI) and Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI). During his tenure at SEBI, he was elected Chairman of the Emerging Markets Committee (EMC) of the International Organisation of Securities Commission (IOSCO). He has chaired high powered committees of the Government of India, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and some Chambers of Commerce. He has won several awards for governance, leadership and transformation. He presently sits on the Boards of some of India's biggest companies and on the Advisory Boards of some foreign entities. He was the Founder Chairman of Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Tiruchirappalli. He is widely acknowledged as one of India's foremost champions of Corporate Governance and is passionate about improving Board performance. Mr. M. Damodaran is a retired IAS officer who graduated with distinction in Economics and in Law from the Universities of Madras and Delhi respectively. He is on the Boards of Biocon Limited, Larsen and Toubro Limited, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited and Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company Limited.

He was an Independent Director and Chairman of the Company from January 24, 2019 to May 3, 2022.

Mr. Anil Parashar

Mr. Anil Parashar

Mr. Anil Parashar, a Non Executive Director, is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and is a graduate in Economics from Delhi University. He has previously been a Director of the Company for a period from May 30, 2007 to March 26, 2015. Mr. Parashar has extensive operational and financial experience in handling various aspects of business including raising funds, capital restructuring, mergers & acquisitions, statutory compliances, investor relations and long term planning. He is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer & Whole time Director of InterGlobe Technology Quotient Private Limited (ITQ). Prior to this, he was the Group Chief Finance Officer at InterGlobe Enterprises Limited. He is a member of InterGlobe group’s Executive Committee and holding various positions on the Boards of several InterGlobe group companies. He is credited with over 30 years of rich experience including leadership positions at Swiss Air and Asbestos Cement Company. He is also a representative on PHD Chamber of Commerce, Assocham and FICCI Forums on Taxation and Travel & Tourism.

Mr. Gregg Albert Saretsky

Mr. Gregg Albert Saretsky

Mr. Gregg Albert Saretsky is a Non Executive Director of the Company. An aviation industry veteran, with an illustrious career spanning over 36 years, Mr. Saretsky is presently associated with Wood Buffalo Economic Development Corporation, Fort Mcmurray, AB as Director and Chairman of the Board (since June 2018) and RECARO Holding GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany as Director, Advisory Board (since October 2018). 

Mr. Saretsky has been the President and CEO of WestJet, Calgary, Alberta (Canada) for 8 years, from March 2010 to March 2018. In this role, he was responsible for providing strategic direction to the organisation, as well as for financial management of the company. He has been instrumental in playing a pivotal role in management of shareholder and board relations, public relations, internal & external communications, labour relations, and employee engagement. During his term, the size of the airline was doubled and revenues were diversified from a regional base in Western Canada to a network of more than 100 cities in 17 countries.  WestJet was recognized as Canada’s on-time airline and multi-year winner of Waterstone Capital’s “Most Admired Corporate Culture” award.  Under his leadership, WestJet was awarded Trip Advisor’s Traveller’s Choice Award for “Best Airline in Canada,” “Canada’s Most Trusted Airline” from The Gustavson School of Business, and one of Canada’s “Top 3 Brands” by Canadian Business Magazine.

Prior to WestJet, Mr. Saretsky was associated with Alaska Airlines, Seattle, Washington (USA) from March 1998 till December 2008. From February 2007 to December 2008, he was Executive Vice-President, Operations and assumed the position of COO with added responsibilities for in-flight, flight operations, dispatch and system operations control personnel and the airline's relationship with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Mr. Saretsky holds a degree in Advanced Management International Management from University of Alberta, Banff, Alberta. He has also done MBA - Finance & Marketing and BSc- Microbiology & Biochemistry from University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Audit Committee

Name of the Member Position Category
Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran Chairman Independent Non Executive Director
Mrs. Pallavi Shardul Shroff Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Vikram Singh Mehta Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Anil Parashar Member Non Independent Non Executive Director

Nomination and Remuneration Committee

Name of the Member Position Category
Mrs. Pallavi Shardul Shroff Chairperson Independent Non Executive Director
Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Vikram Singh Mehta Member Independent Non Executive Director
ACM (Retd.) Birender Singh Dhanoa Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran Member Non Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Anil Parashar Member Non Independent Non Executive Director

Risk Management Committee

Name of the Member Position Category
Mr. Gregg Albert Saretsky Chairman Non Independent Non Executive Director
Dr. Venkataramani Sumantran  Member Independent Non Executive Director
ACM (Retd.) Birender Singh Dhanoa Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran Member Non Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Anil Parashar Member Non Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Pieter Elbers Member Chief Executive Officer

Stakeholders Relationship Committee

Name of the Member Position Category
ACM (Retd.) Birender Singh Dhanoa Chairman Independent Non Executive Director
Mrs. Pallavi Shardul Shroff Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Anil Parashar Member Non Independent Non Executive Director

Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

Name of the Member Position Category
Mr. Meleveetil Damodaran Chairman Non Independent Non Executive Director
Mrs. Pallavi Shardul Shroff Member Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Anil Parashar Member Non Independent Non Executive Director

Financial Year 2023-24

Q1 Apr to June 2023
Q2 Jul to Sep 2023
Q3 Sep to Dec 2023

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Financial Statements 2022-23
As reported by DGCA
Monthly Operational Statistics for FY 2023-24 on scheduled consolidated services
MONTH AIRCRAFT FLOWN PASSENGERS CARRIED
(IN NUMBER)
PASSENGER KMS.PERFORMED
(IN THOUSAND)
AVAILABLE SEAT KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 PAX.LOAD FACTOR#
(IN %)
 CARGO CARRIED      TONNE  KILOMETRE PERFORMED  AVAILABLE TONNE KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR##
(IN %)
DEPARTURES
(IN NUMBER)
HOURS
(IN NUMBER)
KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 FREIGHT
(IN TONNE)
MAIL
(IN TONNE)
 TOTAL
(IN TONNE)
 PASSENGER
(IN THOUSAND)
FREIGHT
(IN THOUSAND)
 MAIL
(IN THOUSAND)
 TOTAL
(IN THOUSAND)
APR 53,924 103,396 55,399 8,216,436 9,015,181 10,480,787 86.0 22,529 2,103 24,631 808,717 31,130 1,888 841,735 1,169,735 72.0
MAY 56,401 107,890 57,926 9,040,040 9,987,182 11,071,389 90.2 27,518 2,102 29,621 897,506 38,143 1,987 937,635 1,227,277 76.4
JUN 55,486 106,571 57,497 8,838,498 9,909,368 11,070,547 89.5 26,100 2,383 28,483 890,457 34,164 2,200 926,822 1,218,042 76.1
JUL 57,955 112,235 60,097 8,666,099 9,721,729 11,611,354 83.7 27,143 2,585 29,728 874,855 35,138 2,284 912,278 1,276,459 71.5
AUG 59,137 114,397 61,836 8,858,432 9,923,974 11,967,378 82.9 26,299 2,608 28,907 893,090 33,872 2,376 929,338 1,317,120 70.6
SEP 57,908 112,956 60,342 8,711,808 9,709,759 11,684,214 83.1 24,670 2,198 26,868 873,746 31,345 1,980 907,072 1,284,094 70.6
OCT 60,633 117,394 62,953 8,887,136 10,050,611 12,202,921 82.4 25,158 2,163 27,321 904,488 32,049 1,947 938,484 1,339,312 70.1
NOV 58,944 115,522 61,380 8,922,117 10,166,798 11,943,424 85.1 24,511 2,302 26,813 914,942 31,134 2,033 948,108 1,306,329 72.6
DEC 60,272 118,390 63,141 9,649,520 11,022,572 12,267,315 89.9 25,518 2,432 27,950 991,900 32,067 2,109 1,026,077 1,341,087 76.5
JAN 56,886 111,912 59,059 8,945,117 10,092,454 11,508,825 87.7 24,020 2,507 26,527 916,136 30,140 2,182 948,458 1,255,559 75.5
FEB                                
MAR                                
TOTAL 577,546 1,120,664 599,631 88,735,203 99,599,628 115,808,154 86.0 253,466 23,383 276,849 8,965,837 329,183 20,988 9,316,008 12,735,015 73.2

SOURCE:-ICAO ATR FORM A FURNISHED BY INDIGO

NOTE:- # PAX LOAD FACTOR = (PASSENGER KM PERFORMED/AVAILABLE SEAT KMS)*100

           # # WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR = (TONNE KMS PERFORMED/ AVAILABLE TONNE KMS)*100

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As reported by DGCA
Monthly Operational Statistics for FY 2023-24 on scheduled domestic services
MONTH AIRCRAFT FLOWN PASSENGERS CARRIED
(IN NUMBER)
PASSENGER KMS.PERFORMED
(IN THOUSAND)
AVAILABLE SEAT KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 PAX.LOAD FACTOR#
(IN %)
 CARGO CARRIED      TONNE  KILOMETRE PERFORMED  AVAILABLE TONNE KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR##
(IN %)
DEPARTURES
(IN NUMBER)
HOURS
(IN NUMBER)
KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 FREIGHT
(IN TONNE)
MAIL
(IN TONNE)
 TOTAL
(IN TONNE)
 PASSENGER
(IN THOUSAND)
FREIGHT
(IN THOUSAND)
 MAIL
(IN THOUSAND)
 TOTAL
(IN THOUSAND)
APR 48,752 84,232 42,615 7,406,440 6,997,867 8,005,648 87.4 19,433 2,103 21,536 629,632 22,666 1,888 654,185 898,125 72.8
MAY 50,956 87,917 44,505 8,109,626 7,662,400 8,375,201 91.5 24,165 2,102 26,268 689,570 28,734 1,987 720,290 941,689 76.5
JUN 49,989 86,217 43,739 7,893,296 7,501,735 8,254,272 90.9 23,523 2,383 25,906 674,889 28,015 2,200 705,105 928,705 75.9
JUL 52,127 90,528 45,404 7,674,890 7,174,855 8,577,184 83.7 24,886 2,585 27,471 645,637 29,715 2,284 677,636 965,720 70.2
AUG 53,021 91,324 46,181 7,867,259 7,329,671 8,768,287 83.6 23,954 2,608 26,562 659,603 28,324 2,376 690,303 987,290 69.9
SEP 51,992 90,536 45,232 7,769,790 7,273,812 8,587,877 84.7 22,609 2,198 24,807 654,511 26,554 1,980 683,046 966,251 70.7
OCT 54,616 94,506 47,612 7,907,253 7,524,483 9,033,506 83.3 22,976 2,163 25,139 677,137 26,822 1,947 705,906 1,015,648 69.5
NOV 52,764 91,729 45,602 7,876,294 7,438,226 8,686,021 85.6 22,315 2,302 24,617 669,370 25,880 2,033 697,283 973,711 71.6
DEC 53,881 93,873 46,802 8,526,055 8,081,248 8,913,277 90.7 23,462 2,432 25,894 727,181 27,322 2,109 756,612 999,346 75.7
JAN 50,923 88,813 43,777 7,908,647 7,362,480 8,333,257 88.4 21,959 2,507 24,465 670,439 25,303 2,182 697,924 933,735 74.7
FEB                                
MAR                                
TOTAL 519,021 899,676 451,469 78,939,550 74,346,777 85,534,530 86.9 229,282 23,383 252,665 6,697,968 269,335 20,988 6,988,291 9,610,221 72.7

 

SOURCE:-ICAO ATR FORM A FURNISHED BY INDIGO

NOTE:- # PAX LOAD FACTOR = (PASSENGER KM PERFORMED/AVAILABLE SEAT KMS)*100

           # # WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR = (TONNE KMS PERFORMED/ AVAILABLE TONNE KMS)*100

For more details - dgca.gov.in now

As reported by DGCA
Monthly Operational Statistics for FY 2023-24 on scheduled international services
MONTH AIRCRAFT FLOWN PASSENGERS CARRIED
(IN NUMBER)
PASSENGER KMS.PERFORMED
(IN THOUSAND)
AVAILABLE SEAT KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 PAX.LOAD FACTOR#
(IN %)
 CARGO CARRIED      TONNE  KILOMETRE PERFORMED  AVAILABLE TONNE KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR##
(IN %)
DEPARTURES
(IN NUMBER)
HOURS
(IN NUMBER)
KILOMETRE
(IN THOUSAND)
 FREIGHT
(IN TONNE)
MAIL
(IN TONNE)
 TOTAL
(IN TONNE)
 PASSENGER
(IN THOUSAND)
FREIGHT
(IN THOUSAND)
 MAIL
(IN THOUSAND)
 TOTAL
(IN THOUSAND)
APR 5,172 19,165 12,784 809,996 2,017,314 2,475,139 81.5 3,096 0 3,096 179,085 8,465 0 187,550 271,609 69.1
MAY 5,445 19,973 13,421 930,414 2,324,782 2,696,188 86.2 3,353 0 3,353 207,936 9,409 0 217,345 285,588 76.1
JUN 5,497 20,354 13,758 945,202 2,407,633 2,816,275 85.5 2,577 0 2,577 215,568 6,149 0 221,717 289,337 76.6
JUL 5,828 21,707 14,693 991,209 2,546,874 3,034,170 83.9 2,258 0 2,258 229,218 5,424 0 234,642 310,739 75.5
AUG 6,116 23,073 15,656 991,173 2,594,303 3,199,091 81.1 2,345 0 2,345 233,487 5,548 0 239,035 329,830 72.5
SEP 5,916 22,420 15,110 942,018 2,435,947 3,096,337 78.7 2,060 0 2,060 219,235 4,791 0 224,026 317,843 70.5
OCT 6,017 22,888 15,342 979,883 2,526,128 3,169,415 79.7 2,182 0 2,182 227,351 5,227 0 232,578 323,664 71.9
NOV 6,180 23,794 15,778 1,045,823 2,728,572 3,257,403 83.8 2,196 0 2,196 245,571 5,253 0 250,825 332,618 75.4
DEC 6,391 24,516 16,339 11,23,465 29,41,324 33,54,038 87.7 2,056 0 2,056 2,64,719 4,745 0 2,69,465 3,41,741 78.9
JAN 5,963 23,099 15,282 1,036,470 2,729,974 3,175,568 86.0 2,062 0 2,062 245,697 4,837 0 250,534 321,824 77.8
FEB                                
MAR                                
TOTAL 58,525 220,988 148,163 9,795,653 25,252,851 30,273,624 83.4 24,184 0 24,184 2,267,869 59,848 0 2,327,717 3,124,794 74.5

 

SOURCE:-ICAO ATR FORM A FURNISHED BY INDIGO

NOTE:- # PAX LOAD FACTOR = (PASSENGER KM PERFORMED/AVAILABLE SEAT KMS)*100

           # # WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR = (TONNE KMS PERFORMED/ AVAILABLE TONNE KMS)*100

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Following the Initial Public Offer of Equity Shares, InterGlobe Aviation Limited’s shares were listed effective November 10, 2015.

Name of the stock exchanges where the shares are listed

Name of the Stock Exchange Symbol / Scrip Code
The National Stock Exchange of India Limited INDIGO
BSE Limited 539448


S. No. Particulars Page
1. Details of its business https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations.html?linkNav=investor-relations_footer
2. Terms and conditions of appointment of Independent Directors https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/Terms-of-appointment-of-Independent-Directors.pdf
3. Composition of Committees of Board of Directors https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/composition-of-committees-of-board.html
4. Code of Conduct of Board of Directors and Senior Management Personnel https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2021/Code-of-Conduct-for-Directors-and-Senior-Management.pdf
5. Details of Vigil Mechanism/ Whistle Blower policy; https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2021/IGAL-WhistleBlower-Policy-2.pdf
6. Policy on dealing with Related Party Transactions; https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2021/IGAL-Policy-on-Related-Party-Transactions-2019.pdf
7. Policy for Determining Material Subsidiaries https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2021/InterGlobe-Aviation-Limited-Policy-on-Material-Subsidiary.pdf
8. Details of Familiarization Programmes imparted to Independent Directors   https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2022/Final-Familarisation-Programmes-for-Independent-Directors-2021-22.pdf
9. Contact details for Grievance Redressal https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/contact-information.html
10. Financial information including: (i) Notice of meeting of the Board of Directors where financial results shall be discussed; https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
(ii) Financial results, on conclusion of the meeting of the board of directors where the financial results were approved; https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/quarterly-financial-results.html
(iii) Annual Reports https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/annual-report.html
11. Shareholding Pattern https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/shareholding-pattern.html
12. Details of analysts or institutional investors meet and presentations made by the Company https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
13. Audio or video recordings and transcripts of post earnings/quarterly calls https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/quarterly-financial-results.html
14. Disclosure under Regulation 47 (1) of the SEBI LODR Regulations https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
15. Credit Ratings https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
16. Subsidiary Financial Results https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/subsidiary-financials.html
17. Secretarial Compliance Report https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
18. Disclosure of the policy for determination of materiality of events or information https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/Policy-on-determination-of-material-events.pdf
19. Authorised Personnel to determine materiality of events/information and for making disclosures to Stock Exchanges https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/Policy-on-determination-of-material-events.pdf
20. Disclosures under Regulation 30 (8) of the SEBI LODR Regulations https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/stock.html
21. Dividend Distribution Policy https://www.goindigo.in/content/dam/goindigo/investor-relations/policies/2021/InterGlobe-Aviation-Limited-Dividend-Distribution-Policy.pdf
22. Annual Return https://www.goindigo.in/information/investor-relations/annual-return.html

For Retail Shareholders

Neerja Sharma
Company Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer
InterGlobe Aviation Limited
Registered Office:
Upper Ground Floor, Thapar House,
Gate No. 2, Western Wing, 124, Janpath, New Delhi - 110001, India
Phone: +91 - 124 - 435 2500
Fax: +91 - 124 - 426 8664
Email: investors@goindigo.in


For Institutional Investors


Richa Chhabra
Director – Strategic Finance and Investor Relations

InterGlobe Aviation Limited
Registered Office:
Upper Ground Floor, Thapar House,
Gate No. 2, Western Wing,
124 Janpath, New Delhi – 110001, India
Phone: +91 - 124 - 435 2500
Fax: +91 - 124 - 426 8664
Email: investor.relations@goindigo.in

 

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Hyderabad – 500032,
Telangana, India
Toll Free No.: 1800- 309-4001
Fax: 040 - 23431551
Email : einward.ris@kfintech.com

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