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.
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
Aviation regulator DGCA calls urgent meeting with Indigo, GoAir to review performance of Airbus Neo aircraft
The DGCA has also requested P&W to supply spare engines to the airlines to expedite the process of replacing the old engines
IndiGo promoter spat: Airline's board members likely to question co-promoter Rakesh Gangwal on 19 July
The IndiGo board may also seek answers from Gangawal for taking the issues to public forums instead of trying to settle the disputes at the board level itself.
DGCA conducts safety audit of IndiGo's operations, issues notice to chief operating officer over P&W engine
Aviation regulator DGCA has issued a show-cause notice to budget carrier IndiGo's chief operating officer and engineering head over the Pratt & Whitney engines issues, sources close to the development said
Aviation Ministry to put forth stringent directives for Airbus 320 (Neo) Pratt & Whitney engine operators
Last year, 11 Airbus 320 (Neo) PW fitted planes were grounded by IndiGo and GoAir.
In July, IndiGo had put on sale 1.2 million seats at heavily discounted starting fares of Rs 1,212 under a similar offer.
Unhappy about frequent issues with Pratt & Whitney engines: IndiGo co-founder and interim CEO Rahul Bhatia
Rahul Bhatia said that in the interim, IndiGo continues to rely on spare engines to keep the aircraft flying
Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?
As IndiGo undergoes changes, navigates hiccups and learns what it's like to be steered by unfamiliar hands, it was perhaps time for Ghosh to quit.
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
Expect a fare rise as an immediate offshoot of the cancelled flights and grounded aircraft of IndiGo and GoAir, say industry experts
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.
Maharashtra government signs Rs 35,000-crore MoU with a pilot to build India's first aircraft manufacturing facility
Fadnavis had assured all help to Yadav, who hails from Satara district, to start manufacturing facility for indigenous 6-seater and 19-seater aircraft.
The government has given "in-principle" approval for 19 greenfield airports, of which some would be developed through Public Private Partnership (PPP), the Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday.
IndiGo on Tuesday reported a massive spike in September quarter net at Rs 551.5 crore boosted by a one-time payment towards engine issues and delayed aircraft deliveries and higher margins
IndiGo denies canceling flights due to engine failure, says grounding of Airbus A320 Neo planes was scheduled in June
The Inter-Globe Aviation-run budget carrier IndiGo airlines on Friday refuted the media reports claiming the airline had to cancel 84 flights due to engine failure in its Airbus A320 NEO aircraft