The air carrier has set aside about $850,000 for the fund, which will invest in aviation, travel, lifestyle, hospitality and transport startups.

InterGlobe Aviation, the owner of India’s largest airline IndiGo, is set to form a corporate venture capital subsidiary. IndiGo has earmarked Rs 70m ($846,000) for the fund and registered a limited liability partnership, according to a filing. The process will take three years to complete and it will start investing in 2026. “Given our large…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.