Bird group’s Executive Director Akur Bhatia dies of cardiac arrest at 48

Reportedly, Bhatia was known for spearheading the substantial growth of the Indian tourism and hospitality sector.


Bird group’s Executive Director Ankur Bhatia died of cardiac arrest on June 4.  Reportedly, Bhatia (48) was suffering from post-Covid complications.

 

The deceased business tycoon was survived by his wife Smriti Bhatia, who is an architect, and his two kids- Arnav and Saina.

 

Reportedly, Bhatia was known for spearheading the substantial growth of the Indian tourism and hospitality sector. He is known for bringing the travel tech brand Amadeus to the Indian sub-continent in 1994, which celebrated its 25 years of successful operations in 2019.

 

The brand today is successfully catering to the travel technology needs of airlines and travel agents.  

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Bhatia, keen to carve the future of technology and mobility in the country, delved into electric mobility space and has been continuously adding new-age mobility vehicles its Bird Electric’s product portfolio.

 

Apart from this, Bhatia has also shaped the future of the hospitality sector under it Hospitality Services label. He has been credited for bringing Roseate Hotels & Resorts, which is an asset in the Indian hospitality industry. Moreover, Bhatia was also recognized for launching India’s first natural and perennial indoor ice-skating rink and café ‘iSKATE’ in Gurugram’s Ambience Mall.

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