Mumbai-Bangalore Indigo flight returned to Mumbai, currently under inspection
"An IndiGo NEO A320 aircraft was operating Mumbai-Bangalore this morning. During the flight the pilot observed a caution message. Standard operating procedures were followed and the aircraft was returned to Mumbai as a precaution," an official release said.
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IndiGo says PW engine issue is likely to have an impact on future capacity
On November 1, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had asked IndiGo to replace all unmodified PW engines on its 97 A320neo family aircraft or face grounding of planes.
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IndiGo stops pushing Airbus engines to limit after shutdowns
IndiGo has told its pilots to stop pushing engines on its new jets to the limit when the planes are climbing.
Yet another Pratt engine goes bust on IndiGo A320 neo
This engine adds to the long list of over 110 Pratt and Whitney engines that IndiGo needs to change on close to the 100 A 320/21 new engine option (Neo) aircraft it has in its fleet by January 31, 2020. Given the high rate of snags on a particular series of Pratt's engines for the Neo and as many as 13 inflight shutdowns IndiGo has faced in a year.
Foreign trips may pinch fliers as airfares surge
Flights to US, Europe this holiday season may cost three times more on Jet’s exit. The India-London sector could see new flights, with Vistara and IndiGo possibly starting them next year, but other routes will have to wait. A Delhi-Paris ticket is priced at Rs 1,14,642 against Rs 40,020 in December last year, according to travel aggregator ixigo.
CAT III-trained captain flying as passenger asked to operate IndiGo flight as visibility drops at IGI Airport
The captain, originally rostered for 6E-6571, was not CAT III B-trained, while the co-pilot was. The airline realised that a CAT III B-trained captain was travelling as passenger on the flight. "The captain travelling as passenger was rostered to operate this flight after taking all required clearances," said sources.
IndiGo becomes IATA member
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Pilots revving engines too hard led to IndiGo’s Airbus woes
DGCA told IndiGo that its practice of revving A320neo jets at full thrust could wear down engines, sources say.
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IndiGo director asks US Court to revoke summons
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