The airbus was grounded following the issues with the Pratt and Whitney engines fitted on them.
Two incidents involving A320 NEO planes flown by IndiGo – owned by InterGlobe Aviation and GoAir were under investigation, according to the aviation regulator.
The choice of engine for a pending order of 250 A-320 NEO planes are being considered by the airline company, according to the chief financial officer Rohit Philip.
At present, the model accounts for only a small part of the GoAir and IndiGo fleets. The number may rapidly increase with IndiGo having 400 of the jets on order and GoAir set to add more than 100.
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