IndiGo CEO Says Air India Will Be The Real Challenge Under Tata

New Delhi:

indigo (Indigo) chief executive officer of (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta said on Wednesday that the Tata Group (Tata Group) Air India reorganized under (Air India) There will be a new real challenge. Whereas the new airline ‘Akash Air’ will be a very less competitive force during the next two-three years.

Akash Air, backed by former IndiGo chairman Aditya Ghosh, noted investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and former Jet Airways CEO Vinay Dubey, received a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the civil aviation ministry on Monday.

He said that Akash airline will be very less competitive now or for the next two-three years. They will move slowly, they have to get slots, they have to take planes. They will be able to move slowly.

“I think on the contrary we are in a good position,” Dutta said in a pre-recorded interview at an event organized by the Aviation Consultancy Company (CAPA). We are the most economical airline. It will be difficult for anyone to reduce their cost to us.

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