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IndiGo's billionaire boss Rahul Bhatia steps in after Aditya Ghosh's exit

Rahul Bhatia takes over as interim CEO effective immediately

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Aditya Ghosh will step down on July 31. Gregory Taylor, who had earlier led the revenue management team, will take over as president and CEO. Rahul Bhatia, promoter of IndiGo, will be interim CEO

Santanu Chakraborty & Anurag Kotoky | Bloomberg
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd.’s billionaire director Rahul Bhatia has taken over as an interim chief executive officer after its president and director Aditya Ghosh unexpectedly resigned before a board meeting Friday, the operator of India’s biggest airline said in an exchange filing.
Ghosh is leaving at a time when the airline is changing some of its most successful policies such as moving to a mixed fleet instead of operating a single aircraft class, buying planes outright instead of leasing them, and planning a new low cost, long haul service. Ghosh has been IndiGo’s public face over the years as media-shy billionaire owners

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First Published: Apr 28 2018 | 1:39 PM IST

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