IndiGo soars 10% as CEO eyes 'profitability' after Rs 1,681 cr loss in Q4

Going forward, analysts are cautiously optimistic on the prospects of the airline as it manages demand revival amid increased competition

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SI Reporter New Delhi
Shares of InterGlobe Aviation – the parent company of IndiGo – soared 10 per cent to Rs 1,808.5 apiece on the BSE on Thursday after the company’s chief executive officer (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta said that profitability was the top-of-the-mind priority for the company.
 
"You almost have to hit the point - the sweet spot just right - because you can keep pushing up fares and then at a certain point demand actually falls off… So, you have a tug-of-war, but the key to profitability is to keep managing our business on the revenue side," he said.
 
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First Published: May 26 2022 | 11:46 AM IST

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