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Engine failure hits IndiGo, Airbus 320 neo aircraft grounded at Delhi's IGI Airport

Engine failure hits IndiGo, Airbus 320 neo aircraft grounded a...

IndiGo’s engine woes seem to be far from getting over. On Sunday, an IndiGo Airbus 320 neo aircraft, flying from Bengaluru-Delhi, was grounded at Delhi's IGI Airport due to engine snag. According to an Economic Times report, an oil chip was detected in ... DNA, 3 days ago

IndiGo, GoAir cancel 65 flights after grounding of faulty planes

Budget carriers IndiGo and GoAir cancelled as many as 65 flights on Tuesday after the country’s aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation grounded 11 of their A320Neo planes with faulty Pratt & Whitney engines, causing severe inconvenience to hundreds of flyers. The Gurugram-based IndiGo cancelled 47 of its 1,000-odd flights per day, the Wadia Group-promoted GoAir said it had cancelled 18 flights.   GoAir has cancelled 18 flights originating from over eight cities, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Delhi Airport is the 6th busiest in Asia

In contrast to its global peers, a lion’s share of Delhi airport’s growth came from domestic flyers, which, at 46.6 million, makes up for 73 per cent of the total number of passengers. A robust growth in domestic passengers has propelled Delhi airport into the 60-million club, making it the sixth busiest airport in Asia and among the top 20 in the world.   In 2017, Delhi handled 63.5 million passengers, surpassing some of the busiest airports in this part of the world such as ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Post sell-off, govt likely to hold around 26% stake in Air India

Government believes privatisation would increase the airline’s efficiency and make it profitable, enriching the value of the remaining stake with it. India may not fully privatise its beleaguered airline Air India. While policy think tank NITI Aayog had recommended a 100 per cent stake sale, the government may hold on to around a 26 per cent stake to be sold later.   A final call, however, would be taken by the group of ministers looking into the divestment process. Sources in the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Now, Veg khao, paisa bachao: Air India style

If you have been wondering why non-vegetarian food has been missing from the menu of Air India’s domestic flight in certain categories, DNA has the answer... The ministry of civil aviation has informed that this has been done to cut costs. On Thursday, ...
 DNA2 months ago

DGCA's decision to ground A320neo planes upsets Pratt and Whitney

Grounded Indian planes will be up in air by end of April says company president Enginemaker Pratt and Whitney (PW) expressed disappointment with the decision to ground 11 A320 Neo planes by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).   However, the company assures it has since late last week resumed production, and Indian airlines IndiGo and GoAir will have their planes flying by the end of April. The two airlines had to cancel more than 600 flights earlier scheduled till March 30.
 Rediff.com2 days ago

How Jet Airways plans to beat slot crunch

Airline pares capacity on routes like Mumbai-Delhi and Mumbai-Bengaluru on weekends, uses freed up slot at Mumbai to fly Amritsar, Patna, Varanasi Jet Airways is introducing weekend-only flights from metros, a first in India, to overcome slot constraints and maximise revenue growth. The airline has reduced capacity on routes such as Mumbai-Delhi and Mumbai-Chennai on weekends.   The airline is utilising the freed up slots at Mumbai to operate flights to Amritsar, Patna and Vadodara. The ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

How govt plans to achieve its goal of a billion passenger air trips a year

Besides aircraft, passenger drones, helicopters, turboprops and seaplanes will help the government achieve its ambitious goal Passenger drones, among other forms of flying machines, will play a large part in achieving the government’s goal of a billion passenger air trips a year, minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha has said.   He said a billion passenger trips in the near future will come not only from present-day narrow-bodied and wide-bodied aircraft but from greater ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Initial bids for Air India stake sale in a couple of weeks: Civil Aviation Secretary

Government will invite initial bids for a stake sale in state-run carrier Air India in the next couple of weeks, Civil Aviation Secretary Rajiv Choubey said on Thursday in a speech at an air show in Hyderabad. Companies including low-cost Indian carrier ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Holi 2018: This is why the festival of colours is celebrated in India

Holi is a festival of colours and is widely celebrated in India. It is a Hindu spring festival that is only festival that is celebrated in Nepal other than India. The name Holi that comes from the name 'Holika' sister of demon king 'Hiranyakashyap'. The evil ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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