DGCA bars IndiGo, GoAir from flying A320 Neos with PW engines to Port Blair or long overseas routes
IndiGo and GoAir together have over 100 PW-powered A320 Neos currently.
Number of Airbus A320neo planes crosses 100-mark in India
At present, four domestic carriers -- Government-run Air India and private airlines...
GoAir Delhi flight returns to Mumbai due to engine vibrations
The plane, which had 168 passengers on board, made a safe emergency landing at ...
Govt may ask carriers to hold back induction of planes with PW engines
On December 10, smoke engulfed an IndiGo Airbus A320neo flying from Jaipur to Kolkata, a first-case-of-its-kind on the aircraft.
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GoAir grounds 4 Airbus 320neo aircraft in Delhi
Another of the Mumbai-based airline’s aircraft has been pulled out of operations owing to airframe related issue, said the person, who did not wish to be identified.
GoAir's A320 ceo aircraft suffers technical glitch
The A320 ceo aircraft, which was flying from Bengaluru, is being inspected in Nagpur.
IndiGo, India's low-cost conqueror, is coming for Emirates
With 50% of India’s domestic market, the carrier known as IndiGo isn’t resting on its laurels.
GoAir to induct 13 more A320 Neo planes this year
On the issue of frequent glitches in the Pratt & Whitney engines, which power these planes, the GoAir chief executive said that faulty engines are major issues when it comes to operations.
IndiGo upgrades 125 orders of A320neo for a bigger model
For Airbus, it’s another boost for an aircraft that is eating up much of a market that Boeing wants to capture.
IndiGo grounds sixth A320 neo aircraft
In the 2017 June quarter, IndiGo grounded nine A320 neo planes due to engine issues. The grounding had also resulted in the airline cancelling 84 flights on a particular day last year.
Another IndiGo neo aircraft powered by P&W engine grounded
The airline in a statement said "post normal completion of a flight, an IndiGo aircraft was proactively grounded for a routine engine replacement yesterday.
IndiGo plane tilts mid-air; aviation regulator DGCA starts probe
Aviation regulator DGCA has started a probe into the incident, which is the latest in a series of issues involving IndiGo's fleet of A320 neo planes powered with Pratt & Whitney engines.
No DGCA relief to planes with ‘faulty’ engines
The troubled Pratt & Whitney engines have on occasion stopped working midflight and forced groundings.
IndiGo awaiting approvals to enter China
IndiGo had earlier this year said it was looking to enter markets like China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the CIS region among others.
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