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Budget carrier IndiGo likely to emerge stronger from pandemic

IndiGo is set to emerge from the pandemic stronger, with a greater domestic market share, higher cargo and charter revenues, and a slew of new routes connecting smaller cities that are set to fuel the post pandemic aviation growth, industry experts said.IndiGo, like other carriers, adopted cost-cutting steps to sustain operations during the pandemic, said Nripendra Singh, industry principal, aerospace, defence and security practice at Frost and Sullivan.“Positive was (that) IndiGo being the leader showed sustainability and planning, which was required, without cribbing for bailouts.

This visibly indicates the soundness of the business model it has adopted in the country, where aviation margins are thin," Singh said.IndiGo currently operates

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