P&W engine row: GoAir starts phasing out A320ceo planes, two aircraft already moved out of operations
When contacted, a GoAir spokesperson said two A320ceo aircraft are currently under normal end of lease of life re-delivery checks.
What an Air India buyer will get: Debt, old aircraft, little-used Star Alliance creds and lots of extra employees
Only recently has Air India moved to the sale and leaseback model with their Boeing 787 purchases, and Air India’s newest A320neo aircraft, all 27 of them are on a lease.
GoAir suspends some flights on delay in aircraft, engine deliveries; airline apologises to flyers for inconvenience
In November and December last year, GoAir had cancelled dozens of flights due to delay in aircraft deliveries and non-availability of engines.
At present, there are 39 aircraft in Vistara's fleet comprising 19 A320neo aircraft, 13 A320ceo aircraft and seven Boeing B737-800NG aircraft.
IndiGo may get more time to replace PW engines on A320neo; relaxation a big relief for budget carrier, passengers
The PW engine-powered A320 neo planes in the fleets of IndiGo and GoAir have been facing glitches both mid-air and on-ground since their induction way back in 2016.
DGCA to IndiGo: For every new A320neo plane, ground an old one with unmodified PW engines; directive to likely affect carrier's expansion plans
PW engine-powered A320 neo planes in the fleets of IndiGo and GoAir have been facing glitches both mid-air and on-ground since their induction way back in 2016
The DGCA directive came after IndiGo faced four engine malfunctions in A320neo planes in the last one week, which "has caused serious concern and resultant disruption".
Budget carrier IndiGo announced on Tuesday it has placed a firm order for 300 A320neo family aircraft, comprising A320neos, A321neos and A321XLRs
Indian budget airline IndiGo is close to placing a near-record order for more than 300 Airbus A320neo-family jets worth at least $33 billion at recent catalogue prices to cement its position as India’s largest carrier by market share
DGCA orders IndiGo to modify 16 A320neo engines within 15 days; part of new safety protocol after temporary grounding orders last year
IndiGo’s planes fitted with Pratt & Whitney 1100 series engines have clocked more than 2,900 hours must have at least one modified engine
Blocking last row on Airbus A320neos: Measure comes after EASA caution but not a red signal for potential danger
GoAir has about 30 A320neos in its fleet and over 100 more of the jets ordered with IndiGo holding the world record with 400 on order.
IndiGo says it is 'actively engaged' with Pratt & Whitney to get all of its grounded aircraft back in operation
Low-cost carrier IndiGo said that it is "actively engaged" with engine manufacturer - Pratt & Whitney- to get all of its grounded aircraft back in operation
DGCA grounds IndiGo and GoAir's A320neo planes: Aircraft using Pratt & Whitney engines have had a turbulent history
After DGCA cracked down on A320 neo planes using Pratt & Whitney engines, the engine manufacturer said the company is working towards minimising disruption
Why aviation regulator DGCA's diktat on A320neo jets will not impact IndiGo's near-term profitability
The trouble is with the Airbus A320neo aircraft fitted with a particular series of Pratt & Whitney (P&W) engines, found to cause vibrations.
IndiGo carried more than half the incremental domestic passengers in FY15 and its market share soared to 36.4 percent by March.
IndiGo's ascent with a order of 430 planes at a cost of $40 billion is not without its risks.
Indigo has a fleet of 83 aircraft presently and connects 36 destinations through 540 daily flights.
Boeing is targeting 715-725 deliveries in 2014.