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DGCA to issue new safety directive for Pratt & Whitney engines

The decision was taken at a three-hour marathon meeting between civil aviation ministry officials and representatives of the airlines and Pratt & Whitney to review the situation about the engines.

Government to review problems with Airbus A320neo aircraft

The development comes after an IndiGo flight on Thursday from Chennai to Kolkata had to return mid-air after an engine stall that was followed by “loud bang and sparks” from the power plant and smoke leading to heavy vibrations of the engine, according to sources.

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IndiGo worst performing airlines for consumers; Air India's luggage policy best: Par Panel

"Every single member (of the panel) is disgusted with the way some private airlines are operating but more so with IndiGo, it is discourteous," parliamentary panel chairman Derek O' Brien said.

Indigo announces fares starting from Rs 1799 for new routes

This is Indigo's 67th domestic destination. Last month, the airlines added Bhopal and Jabalpur to its destinations.

Mumbai: Singapore national sounds bomb scare on aircraft, turns out to be hoax

At the check-in counter, she allegedly showed pictures of the “suspects” carrying a bomb on the flight, following which security agencies conducted search operations.

IndiGo first Indian carrier to have 200 aircrafts in its fleet: Airline

The airline's fleet now comprises 123 A320ceos (current engine option), 61 A320 neos (new engine option) as well as 12 regional jets ATR. IndiGo currently offers over 1,200 flights to 63 domestic destinations, which include 49 domestic and 14 international ones.

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Mumbai: IndiGo to launch Pune-Prayagraj flight in January

The direct service will start before mid-January when the religious gathering of Ardh Kumbh commences in Prayagraj. The Ardh Kumbh will start on January 15 and end on March 4.

Centre to review IndiGo's decision to levy fee for web check-in

Earlier, IndiGo passengers were able to choose certain seats, including aisle seats, free of cost while making the selection online. Now, the airline is charging for every seat selection made through the web.

IndiGo chairman Devadas Mallya passes away

He had served as Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of Baroda and Bank of Maharashtra.

Flying IndiGo? Web check-in is no longer free

However, passengers can use self-check-in kiosks at airports to select the 'free' seats. 

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How often our airlines experience technical snags: News in Numbers

Domestic airlines have reported the number of technical snags they have experienced. Of them all, IndiGo's numbers jump out, because it first reported 340 odd snags and when rivals reported the number suspect, it was revised to over 14,000 snags.

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