Due to Problem in Pratt & Whitney Engine, IndiGo A320neo Aircraft has Grounded at Lucknow

After aircraft take off the pilot notice a mistake in the engine parameter, he returns the aircraft to the bay. An IndiGo spokesperson said flight 6E-447 was listed to function on the Lucknow-Delhi way, stranded as a preventive measure.
Due to Problem in Pratt & Whitney Engine, IndiGo A320neo Aircraft has Grounded at Lucknow

 IndiGo is a low-cost airline headquartered at GurgaonHaryanaIndia. It is the largest airline in India by passenger's carried and fleet size, with a 41.3% domestic market share as of June 2018. It is also the largest individual Asian low-cost carrier in terms of jet fleet size and passengers carried, and the seventh largest carrier in Asia with over 46 million passengers carried in 2017. The airline operates flights to 66 destinations – 51 domestic and 15 international. It has its primary hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi.

The airline was founded as a private company by Rahul Bhatia of InterGlobe Enterprises and Rakesh Gangwal, a United States-based expatriate Indian in 2006. It took delivery of its first aircraft in July 2006 and commenced operations a month later. The airline became the largest Indian carrier in passenger market share in 2012. The company went public in November 2015.

 IndiGo has beached an A320neo aircraft at Lucknow due to difficulty in the Pratt & Whitney engine, according to a source.

The aircraft has been beached for preservation. P&W engine-powered A320neos have been grapple with troubles and aviation controller DGCA has issued various commands to address these issues.

An IndiGo representative on Sunday said flight 6E-447 which were programmed to function on the Lucknow-Delhi route on January 31 was beached as a defensive measure.

A source said the journey was to be operated with an A320neo plane.

"After aircraft take off the pilot noticed a mistake in the engine parameter. As a concern, he returns the aircraft to the bay," an airline spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said that after the examination of the aircraft engine by the airline's technological team, the airplane was beached for further preservation and train would be distorted.

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