Aviation

Can SpiceJet’s COO turn around the airline?

DELHI

On June 25, four men associated with low-cost airline SpiceJet came by Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, which houses the aviation ministry, in central Delhi for a closed meeting with the new minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati.

The group had the ceremony of a high-level delegation, but would wait for nearly an hour because the minister was being interviewed — rather profusely — by a television journalist.

On June 25, four men associated with low-cost airline SpiceJet came by Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, which houses the aviation ministry, in central Delhi for a closed meeting with the new minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati.

The group had the ceremony of a high-level delegation, but would wait for nearly an hour because the minister was being interviewed — rather profusely — by a television journalist.

Three members of the group, senior executives of SpiceJet, settled on a beige sofa in a cramped room and killed time by attending to their phones. Their easy mien showed they were used to waiting at the ministry.

Read more at Economic Times

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