According to a statement by InterGlobe Enterprises on Wednesday, the total amount earned through these related party transactions, which were in real estate, simulation training, GSA (Commission + Rent) and crew accommodation, was Rs 150.12 crore in FY19, 0.53 per cent of InterGlobe Aviation’s consolidated turnover. The same amount was 0.50 per cent in FY18, it added.

Separately, IndiGo’s chief executive officer Ronojoy Dutta wrote to the company’s employees saying that the issues between the promoters have nothing to do with the functioning of the airline and that they will “eventually get sorted out”.

“As much it is very important that we all remain focused on running high performance airline,” Dutta noted in his letter, asking the airline’s employees to continue their work as usual.

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