The deals will be available across domestic flights on the 6E network
New Delhi, NFAPost: IndiGo, the country’s largest low-cost carrier, has come up with mobile app only exclusive offers for its users, beginning February 21.
According to William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo, the deals will be available across domestic flights on the 6E network.
“We are confident that these app offers will enhance the passenger comfort and trust, augmenting the overall demand for air travel. We will continue to work towards strengthening consumer confidence in air travel,” he said.
The company in a statement said, between February 21 and February 27, users can use a promo code for “free fast forward” if tickets are booked through the app; while between February 28 and March 6, users will get free meal and a seat of choice, if tickets are booked via the app.
IndiGo cofounder Rakesh Gangwal resigns from board
InterGlobe Aviation’s non-executive, non-independent director Rakesh Gangwal has tendered his resignation from the company’s board with immediate effect.
He will gradually reduce his stake in InterGlobe, parent of the country’s largest airline IndiGo, over the next five-plus years, Rakesh Gangwal said in his resignation letter while adding that a gradual reduction of his stake will also allow him to benefit from some of the upside.
“I have been a long-term shareholder in the Company for more than 15 years and it’s only natural to someday think about diversifying one’s holdings. Accordingly, my current intention is to slowly reduce my equity stake in the Company over the next 5 plus years,” said Rakesh Gangwal
While new investors should benefit from the potential future growth in the Company’s share price, Rakesh Gangwal a gradual reduction of my stake should also allow me to benefit from some of the upside. Like any plan, future events may impact my current thinking.”
Rakesh Gangwal said he was stepping down immediately as he did not want to hold access to unpublished price-sensitive information while he began trimming his stake in the company.