Having joined the race to buy out Air India, IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh has told employees that it will not embark on the journey if it is not profitable and jeopardises interests of the airline. Making its intention clear to become a world-class international carrier, IndiGo became the first airline to formally express interest in loss-making Air India soon after the government decided on its disinvestment even as the modalities are being worked out.
After showing its interest in Air India disinvestment — a development which was first announced by the ministry –Ghosh wrote to IndiGo staff listing out the reasons behind the move and sought to assure them that every action would be in the best interest of the airline.
“Let me be very clear that if it is not profitable and does not add value to our employees, customers and shareholders, we will not embark on this journey,” Ghosh, who is also a Whole-Time Director, told employees on Thursday.
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