Adani One, the consumer platform that the Adani Group has developed for its airport sector, was officially launched on Monday. Users will be able to book flights, taxis, monitor the status of their flights, shop for duty-free goods, and more using the site.
“We have advanced in our digital journey with the consumer alpha launch of Adani One. We are working together to create a digital twin that will ultimately be able to compete with our current company. This rollout, which will start with the airport vertical, seeks to collect priceless consumer insights and feedback that will help us enhance their experience over all touchpoints and make it seamless. I invite you to embark with us as we enter exciting new eras and #ExperienceGoodness “As said in a Linkedin post by Nitin Sethi, senior vice president and chief digital officer for the Adani Group’s consumer business.
Seven airports, including Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati, and Thiruvananthapuram, are now run by the Adani Group.
According to reports, Gujarati petrochemical complex would get more than $4 billion in investment from Indian billionaire Gautam Adani.
In an interview with, Gautam Adani, the CEO of Adani Group, said that the business intends to introduce a “super app” in the upcoming three to six months to link Adani airport visitors with other Adani Group services.
Uber and Adani Airports Holding Limited recently teamed together to provide customers with a variety of passenger-focused initiatives. The main airports in India, including those in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Guwahati, and Jaipur, have designated Uber pickup areas marked with signage.

Adani Group pioneers vertical airport integration with Adani One.

Adani One, the consumer platform that the Adani Group has developed for its airport sector, was officially launched on Monday. Users will be able to book flights, taxis, monitor the status of their flights, shop for duty-free goods, and more using the site.
“We have advanced in our digital journey with the consumer alpha launch of Adani One. We are working together to create a digital twin that will ultimately be able to compete with our current company. This rollout, which will start with the airport vertical, seeks to collect priceless consumer insights and feedback that will help us enhance their experience over all touchpoints and make it seamless. I invite you to embark with us as we enter exciting new eras and #ExperienceGoodness “As said in a Linkedin post by Nitin Sethi, senior vice president and chief digital officer for the Adani Group’s consumer business.
Seven airports, including Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati, and Thiruvananthapuram, are now run by the Adani Group.
According to reports, Gujarati petrochemical complex would get more than $4 billion in investment from Indian billionaire Gautam Adani.
In an interview with, Gautam Adani, the CEO of Adani Group, said that the business intends to introduce a “super app” in the upcoming three to six months to link Adani airport visitors with other Adani Group services.
Uber and Adani Airports Holding Limited recently teamed together to provide customers with a variety of passenger-focused initiatives. The main airports in India, including those in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Guwahati, and Jaipur, have designated Uber pickup areas marked with signage.

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