Indian carrier IndiGo has appointed former United Airlines president Ronojoy Dutta as its new CEO. Dutta was named CEO effective Jan. 24 for a five-year term. He takes over from interim CEO—and IndiGo founder—Rahul Bhatia. Dutta was previously listed as IndiGo’s principal consultant. At the same time, the airline’s board appointed Meleveetil Damodaran as chairman. Dutta was president of Chicago-based United from 1999 to 2002 and served on its board. He was also on ...

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