Earlier this year, India's biggest airline by market share, signed a term sheet for 50 of the 70-seater planes. It will take 21 of the planes till December 2018.
Agarwal was the airline's acting CEO between the resignation of Cramer Ball in 2015 and the recent appointment of ex-Delta Air Line senior vice president Vinay Dube as the Jet CEO.
The airlines has challenged Delhi Airport's direction to the airline to shift a part of its operations from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2.
The airline posted a net profit of Rs 105.3 crore, for the three months ended September.
The appointment is part of a senior management rejig at the company that creates a power centre at the overseas subsidiary.
Shares of Interglobe Aviation, the airline’s parent, fell 2.29% to end the day at Rs 1,181.75 on the BSE, underperforming the benchmark Sensex that closed 0.46% lower.
The airline has also tried explaining its decision of firing the employee who shot the video of the incident and letting off the ones actually involved in the scuffle with just warning letters.
The stock of the publicly listed holding company Interglobe Aviation, slipped as much as about 2% to Rs 1182.9 during morning trading on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
The incident happened on October 15. The video shows the passengers Rajiv Katiyal who has just deplaned from a Chennai-Delhi and is about to board a shuttle to the airport terminal.
The first of such initiatives is likely to be a proposal for a centre of research on water conservation in Maharashtra, said Smith.
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