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IndiGo loses another executive ahead of expansion

Commercial chief Sanjay Kumar is the latest to leave the airline

An IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft
IndiGo is increasing the capacity for its international operations and has sought regulatory approvals to fly long-haul overseas routes.   © Reuters

MUMBAI (NewsRise) -- InterGlobe Aviation, the owner of India's biggest carrier IndiGo, is witnessing a series of top executive departures at a time when the company plans to expand its international operations.

IndiGo commercial chief Sanjay Kumar is the latest to leave the airline. On Monday, the carrier said Kumar resigned with effect from July 15 to pursue other career interests. The company named its current strategy chief William Boulter as the new chief commercial officer.

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