Airbus A320 Neo repeatedly closed from Indigo during the flight. Now the Indian Aviation Authority is intervening.
Indigo is the largest customer of the Airbus A320 Neo. Recently, the Indian budget airlines ordered another 300 aircraft of the type. And that, although the operation is far from simple. Problems have been repeated over the past few months and years with the Pratt & Whitney engines.
This goes so far that the Indian Aviation Authority DGCA instructed the airline to replace all engines in its nearly 100 Airbus A320 Neo. Suspensions during the flight are a "serious cause for concern", according to the agency. There were four incidents in a short time and you couldn't tolerate it. Indigo has time to replace all engines at the end of January.
Two engine options
The Airbus A320 Neo can be equipped with engines from different manufacturers. In addition to the engines in Pratt & Whitney, the airlines can also choose a variant of the manufacturer CFM. It is still unclear which engines Indigo has chosen for the latest bulk order, but the chances of CFM have probably improved.