IndiGo Head Office Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

IngiGo Airlines was founded in 2006 with headquarters located at Gurgaon, India. With a market share of 36.5%, In terms of passengers flown, IndiGo is the largest airline in India. IndiGo offers more than 681 daily flights connecting to 40 destinations and 5 international destinations. Its primary hub is at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.

The names behind the set up of IndiGo are Mr. Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal. Interglobe holds 51.12% shares of IndiGo whereas Virginia-based Company of Rakesh Gangwal has 48% shares. Secondary hubs of IndiGo are Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Mumbai) and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (Kolkata). With a fleet size of 101, the company focus cities are Banglore, Chennai and Hyderabad. Currently, Rakesh Gangwal and Rahul Bhatia is MD and Aditya Ghosh is the president of IndiGo.

IndiGo Offices Contact Details

Here are the address, phone number and fax number of IndiGo Airline head office which is located in Gurgaon. One can reach the office via Delhi metro. The nearest metro station is sikandarpur. Visit the office address for any assistance.

IndiGo Head Office / Corporate Office Address: IndiGo, Level 1, Tower C, Global Business Park, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India.

IndiGo Head Office / Corporate Office Phone Number: +91-(0)1244352500

IndiGo Head Office / Corporate Office Fax Number: +91-(0)1244068536

IndiGo Head Office / Corporate Office Email ID:

IndiGo Official Website:

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IndiGo Registered Office Contact Details

This airline company’s registered office is in New Delhi and the contact information is shared below.

IndiGo Registered Office Address: IndiGo, Central Wing, Ground Floor, Thapar House, 124, Janpath, New Delhi – 110001 India.

IndiGo Registered Office Phone Number: N/A

IndiGo Registered Office Fax Number: +91-11-43513200

IndiGo Registered Office Email ID:

IndiGo Customer Care Contact Details

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Important Links

IndiGo hires talented faces every year. Currently, there are openings for AOCS (Ground Floor), Flight Pilots, Cabin Crew, Engineering and Corporate functions. If you are looking for a job in IndiGo then visit the link to know about the necessary details about new openings.

International Reservation Office:
International reservation offices of IndiGo are located in Singapore, Oman, Thailand, UAE, Nepal, Kuwait, Bangladesh, Israel and Bahrain.Get the office address, email id and telephone number of all of them from here.

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Fulfilment Centre:
The fulfilment centre is the location where incoming orders from affiliated locations or storesare received. Locate the IndiGo fulfilment centre nearby your location. Just select city name from the drop down box.

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  • virender singh October 25, 2016, 11:35 am

    dear sir/mam

    im working with hotel industry as a chef from the last 7 years but i wanna work with indigo airlines im hotel management graduate from shobhit university sir i wanna be a part of this great organisation please give me 1 chance

    virender singh

  • aslam miya October 19, 2016, 5:53 am


  • Devendra S. Desai August 10, 2016, 7:20 am

    Fund or sponsorship our project .

  • Devendra S. Desai August 10, 2016, 7:18 am

    CTF has a modest, yet impressive network of 314 Toy Libraries all over the country. The motto is ‘Lend a toy, share a joy’, the slogan “Play together, stay together”. Apart from spreading its wings to thirteen states/Union Territories, the foundation has also provided know-how and guidance in setting up similar libraries in Bangladesh and countries of the Gulf and Africa.
    Since 1982, it has been striving to infuse a new enthusiasm in society about the intrinsic worth of toys and games. It has helped bring a smile to the faces of millions of children who are from the poor background and their parents cannot afford to buy different kinds of toys to their child. Now organization is hoping to sustain and enlarge its vision by ensuring closer co-operation among toy / games enthusiasts so that not only individuals but also organization and large society can pave the way for much bigger things.
    Project: MOBILE KHELVIGYAN PROJECT(edutainment)

    To educate children beyond reading and writing, to help them acquire real skills and develop positive attitude. To instill a sense of pride in them and train them to interact confidently with their environment and thereby hone their latent talent. For this we use potential force of toys and games to mould the character and temperaments of young ones.
    We also honor UNO’s article 31 on Right of the Child to Play. Overall
    to see that children
    – Improve decision making capabilities
    – stay focused even longer
    – learn to process information faster
    – develop better reasoning and planning skills
    – develop multi tasking abilities

    Background Information :
    Established in 1982 and registered in 1986 Children Toy Foundation is the only institution of its kind

    Object of the trust:
    The object of the Trust include relief of the poor, education, medical relief and training the children Through toys and games and such other educational aids, Providing knowledge of computers, arrange toy libraries for children, as well as for other persons for Their creation, particularly patients in hospitals etc, or to any other persons including youth at large, to organize research activities in the field of games, create new games, circulate the same free of cost or at the reasonable vale, hold competitions in games etc.; provide free food and clothing and it shall be lawful and competent for the trustees to give donations to the other charitable trust and institutions. The trust activities shall be for the benefit of all irrespective of caste, creed or sex or age.

    UNO ‘s Charter-Article-31.The child shall have full opportunity for play and recreation, which should be directed to the same purpose as education. Society and public authorities shall endeavor to promote the enjoyment of this right.

    Our Motto

    No Child should be deprived of Toys ,the childhood pleasure and learning tool.

    Our Aim

    To educate children through Play, beyond reading and writing, so as to help them acquire real skill and develop positive attitudes in their life.

    To instill a sense of Pride within the young ones and further boost their confidence. For this we use poltential force of toys and games to mould the temperament of the young ones and hone their latent talents.

    Activities / Achievements:-
    The children toy foundation has been working selflessly for over the last 33 years in order to achieve its goal of providing every child the joy of games and toys.
    In addition to that we at children toy foundation undertake the duty of educating the child morally as well as academically through the mode of our games. The innovative minds working with children toy foundation not only incorporate games available in the market but we design new games which would help in enhancing the personality of children.
    We at ctf target the group of children who can not afford the joy of games/ toys due to financial constraints of their family or some other problems. On normal working days we visit various municipal schools where we take up classes of children running Balwadi ( Kindergarten to std -7) . This is visit like the game period . During 1 Hour the teacher of CTF guide the children in various games incorporating both the fun and educational part. Game like Memory games improve their memory & concentration , Maths puzzle, improve mathematical skills racko improves analytical skills, Lego blocks improves design skill, so on. Above ones are just a few of the thousands of games used by us. Ten fifteen minutes of each hour is also dedicated in some light physical activity.
    On Sundays we visit various Municipal Hospitals in Mumbai where we provide games & toys to children admitted in the children’s ward of the hospital. This time the ward is like a children’s play school. We also teach children a few games like clapping game , 7up game etc which they can play on their own on other days also.
    During the vacation periods we visit Mobile Creches where children of construction side workers stay. Various games are undertaken to improve their personality .
    The afternoon time is dedicated to movies, puppet show and drama which inculcate same, values in the children.
    In between we also visit blind school/ physically handicapped children schools and orpharage to conduct the above activities whenever we get a chance.
    About 6-7 thousand children benefit directly through our projects and many more through the toy library set up under our guidance and training.
    Activities undertaken :-

    1) Indoor Games:- We taught many indoor games which help the children in their
    education & develop them intellectually & make them happy. For eg.1)Kau bane ga karodpati 2) Little math master 3) CID 4) Let’s shop

    2) Outdoor Games:- We taught many outdoor games like1)7up game 2)Clapping game, 3) Marble collection etc. Which refreshed them physically.

    3) Exercise & Yoga:- We taught some warm up exercises & also taught 8 step Dance,We also taught Pranayam & OM, Mental or physical combination of both . Exercise is the application of skills for both mental and physical development Physical exercise allows to make use of physical conduct and master their own bodies and movements .

    4) Drama:- We taught children how to perform drama in front of public. Drama helps children to build the self confidence & also develop language.

    5) Puppet Show:- We also taught how to perform puppet show. Children enjoyed A lot. We provided puppets to them. Children learn morals through puppet.

    6) Craft:- We taught many things which are made from marble paper for eg.1) House, 20 Doll, 3) Bird,4) Flower Pot 5) 3 color cube 6) Rose & Aaster flower made from crep paper.

    7) Drawing:- We taught 1) Thread Painting, 2) Spray Painting, 3) Thumb Painting, 4) Straw Painting, 5) Leaf Painting, 6) Marble Painting, 7) Scribble Coin,8) Vegetable Painting, 9) Warli Painting etc.

    Skill is the ability to produce solutions in some problem domain. It involve the ability to create or creativity. Categories of skills: Cognitive skills, Psychomotor skills, Reactive skills, Interactive skills.The focus of manipulative skills is to provide of doing i.e. “hands-on” experience making things as opposed to just thinking. Sensory gratification is crucial for supporting any functions for e.g. colour, design and texture for cloth is very important for a dress to be worn.
    8) Essay Writing:- We told them to write essays on different topics. This helped them to develop vocabulary and creative thinking. eg 1) Chand varg 2) My Family

    9) Cooking Activity:-. We brought materials like Kurmura, Channa, onion, salt, chat masala etc.and taught them to make Bel.

    10) Songs :- We taught many songs to children in Marathi & Hindi which were unknown to them. These action songs were greatly enjoyed by children.

    11) Story Telling:- We told children different stories. We also provided story books to children for reading. It helped develop language & correct the grammar of children.

    12) General Knowledge, Health,:- We told many General Knowledge things. We also told them about cleanliness & hygiene. We also discussed good habits, Road softy- Signals, Post office , Railway station ect

    13) Waste Material Use:- 1) We taught to children to make straw samosa & paper beads & from that we made a toran. 2) with the help of Ice-cream sticks they made a house & Show peace. 3) making a picture by breaking bangles & another by punch hole also was taught, 4) Show piece by cold drink bottles.

    14) Other Activities:- We also taught 1) paper Crumbling, 2) Paper Twisting, 3) Gritting Cards, 4) Rakhi, 5) Woolen flowers with the help of pencil & mould.
    Children learn the activities like Rakhi making, Greetings, Warli Painting etc lot of fun and also learnt many things.
    15 ) Educdation Activities :- We told Lesson planning things ( Maths / Marathi / Hindi / English / Science / History )
    Achievment of CTF
    • In 1993, International Association for Child Rights to Play & International Toy Library Association (ITLA) has given award for the unique concept of “On the Spot Contests” in Fun & Intellectual Games.
    • Since 1993 – 1996, Mr Devendra S. Desai (Managing Trustee) has served on the Managing Board of International Toy Library Association.
    • In 1998, “Limca Book of Record”has acknowledged efforts of CTF.
    • In 2000, won a National Award of Sri Ram Washeshram Devi Bhatia Memorial Charitable Trust.
    • In 2003, “Best Community Service Award” of Rotary Club of Mumbai-Ghatkopar.
    • In 2006, “Mother India Award” fromSocial Work of Indian Organisation of Commerce & Industries.
    • In 2010, Big FM 92.7 has awarded Mr. Devendra S. Desai as a “Big Mumbaikar”.

    • 2012 . India Ngo award for setting and promoting best practices in resource mobilization, accountability and transparency : Best NGO.
    • But the biggest achievement for Us is the lives of over a lakh children which we influence through our projects aiming to achieve our Motto , “Play & Let Play For children , even play makes a difference to the game of Life.”
    • Details of Trustees

    Name Designation Occupation
    Mr. Devendra Shivlal Desai Managing Trustee Founder/ Managing Trustee
    Children Toy Foundation
    Dr. Ravindra Sanghvi Trustee Business
    Mr. Priyesh R. Desai Trustee Business
    Mr. Himmatbhai Dawawala Trustee Business
    Project Need
    Toys and games being an utmost necessity in the life of a child to ensure its normal upbringing, these children are devoid of their rights to play entrusted by United Nation Organization’s(UNO’s) article 31 on Right of the Child to Play which states “The child shall have full opportunity for play and recreation which should be directed to the same purposes as education; society and public authorities shall endeavor to promote the enjoyment of this Right”.
    In India, most of the population lives in below poverty line and they struggle to fulfill their basic needs. It is not possible for parents to provide toys and give quality education to their children. Children’s are fond of play with various kinds of toys, outdoor and indoor games. Well known Psychologist and their research studies shows that children are learning very fast through toys and observation in society.Toys and games not only helping children to become creative but also helping them in their education and enhancing their psychosocial skills
    Toy Library Project:
    In Toy Library center, CTF have planned to establish 6 toy libraries in government schools. This center will create lots of opportunity to students who wanted to play with different toy. These toys students can play inside center and also can bring them to their home and return to CTF next day. It is just like book library.
    In this center, children are enthusiastically participate and playing different games with the help of trained staff. CTF is also conducting teacher training for school teachers on use of different games and their benefits to students. Students and Teachers both are enjoying this project because it provides them an opportunity of play games between teachers and children, and teach require skills through games and toys. It provides a stimulating and conducive environment to children to grow to their full potential , Thus , it promotes the overall development of children.
    • Long Term

    1) revitalize and restore vibrancy to the cause of using Toys and Games as an altenate
    medium to aid Child Development ( Primary )
    2) Increase the Reach and Effectiveness of our programs by helping introduce toy
    and game learning centres in various primary schools as a complimentary aid to
    3) Introduce interstate and inter country Toy and Game competition events in the
    spirit of health competition.
    4) Increase the Awareness of Toy and Games and their impact on Children to other
    sections of society and to encourage their participation and contribution.

    • ShortTerm

    1) Improve the robustness of our existing Khel Vigyan projects.
    2) Enhance effectiveness of the same through better teacher training and inviting experts from the field for guidance.
    3) Introduce more learning oriented Toys and Games and New activities based on Budget.

    • Specific development objectives include:

    1. Motor and cognitive skills development
    2. Behavioural and Social Skills development
    3. Enhancement of Cerebral/Mental Faculties
    4. Emotional, Confidence and Dignity/ Self-Esteem development
    . 5. To create an effective Avenue for Early Childhood Care and Education
    Professionals to impart their skills.

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