Replacing Pratt engines in IndiGo fleet by January 31 a challenge: CEO


Replacing all Pratt & Whitney engines on IndiGo's fleet of almost 100 Airbus planes by January 31, as ordered by India's aviation watchdog, will be challenging but the airline aims to complete the work, its chief executive officer said on Monday. India's aviation regulator on Nov.

1 ordered IndiGo to replace all Pratt & Whitney (P&W) engines on its fleet of twin-engined Airbus A320neo family aircraft with new P&W power units, following recent inflight engine shutdowns that caused "serious concern". "It's.

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