In its continuous endeavour to provide support to the nation in the current scenario, IndiGo has been authorised to operate over 30 relief flights in the country. These flights have been successful in carrying and supplying the medical equipment and other requisite resources across the country, while adhering to all the precautionary measures. The airline has been allowed by the government to carry cargo in their planes, to fly food, medicine and medical equipment in the country's battle against the pandemic. These flights are being operated by the company at its own cost.
Mr. Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer, IndiGo said, "We are humbled and gratified that despite the lockdown, we have so far been authorized to operate at our own cost over thirty emergency relief flights carrying medical equipment and supplies from one part of the country to another. We know how critical it is for health workers in every corner of the country to get immediate access to medical supplies, and we are grateful to be allowed to play a role, however modest, in this supply chain. Our 27,000 employees are standing just a little bit taller, knowing that we are able to mobilize our resources to make a small contribution to the health and well-being of our nation. The employees of IndiGo would also like to salute our colleagues over at Air India, for the heroic work they have been doing in evacuating Indians and other nationals stranded in foreign countries. It makes us all proud to see aviation professionals stepping forward to respond to the critical humanitarian needs of the hour."
Shares of InterGlobe Aviation Ltd was last trading in BSE at Rs.983.4 as compared to the previous close of Rs. 952.3. The total number of shares traded during the day was 76382 in over 5768 trades.
The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 988.55 and intraday low of 929.05. The net turnover during the day was Rs. 73223699.