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What IndiGo needs to do to restore its image
IndiGo clearly needs to refresh its HR and training manual, says Shyamal Majumdar. IMAGE: A video grab of IndiGo staffers assaulting a passenger that went viral recently. Just three weeks ago, IndiGo was on top of the world when it announced that it would achieve the 1,000 flights per day mark in December. The celebratory mood was evident from the airline’s statement that each of its flight represents an “opportunity for millions to chase their dreams”. Few days later, it was ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Air India trolls IndiGo over viral assault video, promises `unbeatable` service
 IndiGo airline on Wednesday apologised to the government over a brawl between one of its ground staff and a passenger.
 Zee News1 month ago
'Unbeatable Service', Air India's word-play amidst IndiGo controversy
[India], November 8 (ANI): Amidst the ongoing IndiGo controversy, Air India comes up with their new advertisement, which seems like a jibe at the former, as they suffer the brunt of their recent botch up. Air India recently took to Twitter to post their new ...
 Sify1 month ago
We only raise our hands to say 'namaste': Air India trolls Indigo
National carrier Air India on Wednesday took a direct dig at Indigo Airlines over the recent manhandling incident in their latest ads. Air India took the Indigo row to a whole new level by thrashing their rival in two online ads released on its official ...
 DNA1 month ago
Air India's take on the IndiGo brawl
Ouch! This witty ad by Air India will surely hurt IndiGo airlines. IndiGo airline on Wednesday apologised to the government over a brawl between one of its ground staff and a passenger, but maintained that the employee was doing his work.On Tuesday, a video showing an IndiGo staffer manhandling a passenger surfaced causing uproar. IndiGos president and director Aditya Ghosh apologised for the incident and said stern action was taken against an airline staff for manhandling the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago


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