Articles about Pratt & Whitney
06 Nov 2020Business
At a time when the aviation sector is struggling to recover from the crisis following the coronavirus pandemic, IndiGo is in talks with Pratt & Whitney and CFM International over a mega jet engine order.
14 Apr 2019Technology
In a historic feat, Stratolaunch, the largest plane in the world, has taken to the skies for the first time.
05 Jan 2019India
In yet another mishap in the Indian aviation industry, an IndiGo Airbus A320neo suffered a mid-air engine failure while flying to Kolkata from Chennai on January 3.
03 Sep 2018India
Budget carrier IndiGo today said it has put on sale 10L promotional seats for all-inclusive fares starting Rs. 999 for a one-way journey across its flight network, under a limited period offer.
29 Apr 2018India
Engine troubles hit budget carrier IndiGo again with the airline forced to ground two of its Airbus A320 Neo planes due to technical glitches on Friday, according to a source.
28 Apr 2018Business
After 10 long years and an incredible journey, IndiGo Working Director and President Aditya Ghosh has announced his resignation from both posts, effective 26th April and July 31st, respectively.
14 Mar 2018India
Domestic carrier IndiGo continued to operate with a curtailed schedule for the third day on Wednesday with the airline canceling 42 flights following the grounding of eight of its A320neo planes along with three of GoAir due to Pratt & Whitney engine issues.
13 Mar 2018India
As many as 47 flights have been canceled by budget carrier IndiGo today after the country's aviation regulator DGCA grounded its eight A320Neo planes with faulty Pratt & Whitney engines, along with three such aircraft of GoAir.
02 Mar 2018Mumbai
A Kolkata-bound IndiGo aircraft had to make an emergency landing at the Mumbai Airport after take-off as one of its engines stopped working mid-air.
12 Jul 2017Business
IndiGo is bearing the brunt of the GST launch. Nine of its aircraft were grounded due to engine problems, an issue made worse due to confusion about the new tax regime.
24 Mar 2017Business
After a series of technical snags, IndiGo and GoAir have asked pilots to limit the altitude for the new Airbus A320neo to 30,000 feet instead of the usual 36,000.