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India’s Nine-Year-Old Prodigy: IndiGo is already its nation’s largest domestic airline… and its most profitable

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India’s Nine-Year-Old Prodigy: IndiGo is already its nation’s largest domestic airline… and its most profitable

March 21st, 2016 at 9:10 PM EDT
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Issue Overview

Talk about child prodigies. It’s not even 10 years old, and IndiGo is already the largest domestic airline in the world’s second most populous country, commanding roughly a third of the entire market. Oh yeah, and it makes money too, and has throughout its meteoric rise. How did this obscure youngster from Delhi rise so far, so fast?

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