How IndiGo's Aditya Ghosh is the only airline supervisor still soaring Binoy Prabhakar, ET BureauВ Jun 3, 2012, 10. 31PM IST
(Aditya Ghosh, thirty-six, President, IndiGo
Became standard counsel of InterGlobe Group (an aviation and travel services firm owned simply by IndiGo president Rahul Bhatia) when he was 28 years old. Elevated to president of IndiGo for 32. В
Education: Background Graduate, Content graduate degree in Rules from Delhi University
Relatives: Married to Manavi, an ex headhunter
Children: Avantika and Arunanshu)
One could expect India's airlines, thanks to the business's special capacity for pizazz and sex appeal, to attract a certain type of cocky businessmen and managers who have a knack for wisecracks and plainspokenness. That has been the truth overseas. Take for example what Ryanair's Michael O'Leary had to claim about his scheme to charge individuals using the bathroom: " If someone wanted to pay ВЈ5 to go to the toilet I would take them there myself. I would wipe their bums. " OrDelta AirlinesВ founder CE Woolman's thoughts about his work: " Operating an air travel is like expecting: fun to conceive, but terrible to deliver. " *
5. Indian air travel bosses have been largely control in contrast. One of the most interesting brief review from a great airline boss for many years wasВ Jet AirwaysВ chief Naresh Goyal's surprising revelation that his mother arrived in a dream and purchased him to take back sacked pilots. Barbs and witticisms have emanated since coming from his alternatives, but they have been completely few and far between. Kingfisher AirlinesВ owner Vijay Mallya a year ago took a dig by low-cost company IndiGo. "... it has been downhill for municipal aviation aside from one air travel that flies in the face of the odds and claims being profitable, even so unlikely that may be, " this individual wrote within a memo to employees. SpiceJetВ CEO Neil Mills too dismissed barbs at IndiGo. " It is whether you believe fairy tales, " he explained, referring to reviews about IndiGo's much famous punctuality in an earlier interview with OU on Saturday. " A carrier...