IndiGo may be hit by Pratt & Whitney engine inspection

The bad news from Pratt & Whitney (P&W) shows no signs of ebbing for customer airlines using its snag-ridden engines on the best-selling single aisle Airbus A320neo planes and passengers. The engine-maker has now warned that “600 to 700 engines will be removed for shop visits between 2023 and 2026 (and) the accelerated removals and … Read more

Gangwal decides to exit from Indigo. Next steps from Bhatia keenly awaited.

Finally, as was widely expected, Rakesh Gangwal, the co-founder of Indigo makes some important announcements. He will gradually sell his shareholding over the next 5 years. Gangwal group currently owns 36.61% of Indigo. So as to ease his stake selling and not get restricted due to the access to the non-public information, he has resigned … Read more

Indigo continues to build further strengths. Now focuses on improving safety.

Indigo has mandated NAVBLUE (an airbus company) to upgrade some of its latest A320 aircraft to the most advanced navigation technology, RNP AR (Required Navigation Performance with Authorization Required). Key points to note – Indigo is already a customer of NAVBLU since 2006. With RNP AR Upgrade, pilots will be able to navigate mountainous areas … Read more

Indigo focuses on improving customer experience

In the post covid world, airlines globally are looking at revival and are expected to do very well over the short to medium term – revenge traveling for leisure as well as business. Indigo to ensure that it continues to remain the leading airline in India, has listened to it’s customers and is in the … Read more