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Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy -; Revenue Officer of Indigo quits

6 Dec 2022 , 03:25 PM

Sanjay Kumar, the chief strategy and revenue officer of IndiGo, has left the low-cost carrier. A veteran of Indian aviation, Kumar has worked with IndiGo from its inception. The airline acknowledged his resignation and announced that Kumar's position will be filled by Vinay Malhotra, the new hire from VFS.

Kumar joined IndiGo in 2007 and served as the company's chief commercial officer till 2018. After leaving to work as COO for AirAsia India, he came back to IndiGo in January 2020. He is credited with building the massive spider web-like network that IndiGo has amassed over the course of its more than 16-year existence. It currently dominates the home market. IndiGo flies more foreigners than any other Indian airline on a standalone basis.

More people travel between India and the rest of the world on Air India and AI Express than on IndiGo. The Big Blue airline has undergone significant change during the last three years.

Pieter Elbers, a former KLM president, recently assumed the role of CEO as the airline prepares for a significant expansion in international airspace.

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