Preparing to hit the capital market with nearly Rs 3,000 crore IPO next week, IndiGo's parent InterGlobe Aviation is bullish on the airline's growth prospects in the highly under penetrated domestic aviation market.
IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh said in an interview here that the carrier expects to see its profit improving on the low cost structure and economies of scale.
"Absolutely, we see it improving because of only reason that is cost structure," Ghosh said in reply to a query on whether he expects profits to rise in the future.
As per the latest set of financial results disclosed by the company, it posted a net profit of Rs 640.44 crore in the quarter ended June 30, 2015. During the same period, total revenues stood at Rs 4,317.19 crore.
For the year ended March 2015, it recorded a net profit of Rs 1,295.58 crore on revenues of Rs 14,309.14 crore.    

The low-cost carrier, which has remained profitable for the last seven years, would be inducting 10 A-320 Neos in the current fiscal ending March 2016.
Currently, IndiGo has a fleet of 98 aircraft and about 75 of them are on operating lease -- a business model which has helped it lower costs.


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