IndiGo director Rakesh Gangwal stepped down from his position, on February 18. The global aviation company took announced resignation of his non-independent, non-executive director Gangwal with immediate effect. In a letter to the aviation company, Rakesh also mentioned to reduce his equity shares (37%) slowly in the next five years, paving way for new investors to enjoy benefits of the company. He further expressed concerns over optics of… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
As many flyers have complained of not receiving the refund against the tickets cancelled during the lockdown, the Centre on April 7 asked all the airlines to resolve the issue sooner. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has also "expressed dissatisfaction" over the delayed refund of credit shells of passengers. However, IndiGo and GoAir airlines have told the ministry that they have refund all the dues to the passengers.
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On September 21, the Hong Kong government suspended Air India's flight services for two weeks till October 3. Reportedly, the suspension came after the airlines carried a COVID positive patient to the country. Air India officials said, that they will write to the Hong Kong Government to reconsider the decision. Earlier, Dubai Civil Aviation suspended Air India flights till October 2 and later revoked it for the same issue.