Articles tagged under: Indigo

Mumbai – Ahmedabad Indigo flight suffers tyre burst; all passenger safe

September 19, 2018
Mumbai – Ahmedabad Indigo flight suffers tyre burst; all passenger safe

Mumbai: Ahmedabad bound Indigo airlines flight 6E361 suffered tyre burst while taking off from Mumbai airport on Wednesday evening. The flight made emergency landing at Ahmedabad airport. All 185 passengers aboard were deplaned safely. The flight landed safely at Ahmedabad airport at 7.21 pm.After arrival at Ahmedabad, a tyre decapping with full tyre pressure intact was observed. The aircraft was later towed to parking bay of Ahmedabad airport and parked for a detailed inspection. The wheel ...Read More

IndiGo to connect Ahmedabad to Varanasi and Bhubaneshwar and Surat to Kolkata

August 08, 2018
IndiGo to connect Ahmedabad to Varanasi and Bhubaneshwar and Surat to Kolkata

New Delhi: Leading private airline operator IndiGo is going to launch 24 new flights from September including those on Ahmedabad to Varanasi, Bhubaneshwar Raipur, Hyedrabad and Jaipur and Surat-Kolkata routs connecting Gujarat to other parts of the country. In a statement issued here today the country’s largest low-cost carrier said it was going to introduce four new routes and will operate its first flight between Ahmedabad and Bhubaneshwar, Ahmedabad and Varanasi, Hydera...Read More

Indigo to start six new flight services from Surat this August

June 30, 2018
Indigo to start six new flight services from Surat this August

Surat: Private air operator Indigo will start six new flights from Surat, the second largest city of Gujarat. According to the scheduled announced by the operator, the flights from Surat to Jaipur will be operated on Monday, Wednesday and Friday while Surat - Bengaluru flights will be operated six days a week barring Thursday. The services to Mumbai and Hyderabad will be on daily basis. The flight to Bengaluru will leave Surat at 11.10 am, while Delhi flight will leave Surat at 6.30 am, Hyderab...Read More

Kolkata bound Indigo plane suffers bird hit at Ahmedabad airport

June 19, 2018
Kolkata bound Indigo plane suffers bird hit  at Ahmedabad airport

Ahmedabad: An aircraft of private airliner Indigo had to make an emergency landing at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport here this morning minutes after taking off due it getting 'bird-hit'. The aircraft was bird-hit at a height of around 13000 ft at a distance of around 30 nautical miles from the airport. Initially it was thought that it was caused by pigeons, 3 of which were found dead but now it is suspected that it might be an eagle or another such bird which ...Read More

Emergency landing of Ahmedabad – Kochi flight at Vadodara airport as passenger suffers cardiac arrest

May 29, 2018
Emergency landing of Ahmedabad – Kochi flight at Vadodara airport as passenger suffers cardiac arrest

Vadodara: A flight of private operator Indigo going to Kochi from Ahmedabad had to made an emergency landing at the Harni airport here due to heart attack to a passenger who could not be saved. Vadodara Airport Director Charan Singh said that flight number 6E 667 of Indigo had to made an emergency landing at 1157 hrs today. 'In fact one passenger Jagdish Maheshbhai Pandya (38), who was a Medical Representative (MR) by profession and was going on trip to Kochi with a grou...Read More

Loaders held for trying to steal from passenger’s bag at Ahmedabad airport

March 31, 2018
Loaders held for trying to steal from passenger’s bag at Ahmedabad airport

Ahmedabad: Sardarnagar Police today detained two loaders of Indigo Airlines from Ahmedabad airport for attempt to steal valuables from bags of passengers. According to RN Virani, Police Inspector of Sardarnagar Police station, two loaders of Indigo Airlines were spotted by Indigo Airlines supervisor, opening the bags of passengers in luggage compartment of aircraft. The loaders were not successful to steal anything as supervisor had spotted them before they could commit crime. On complain of...Read More

Indigo cancels 47, Go Air cancels 18 flights over A320Neo ban

March 13, 2018
Indigo cancels 47, Go Air cancels 18 flights over A320Neo ban

Mumbai: Budget carrier IndiGo cancelled as many as 47 flights on Tuesday while Go Air cancelled 18 flights after aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) grounded eight IndiGo A320Neo and three GoAir aircraft with faulty Pratt & Whitney engines. The flights that have been cancelled are from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Patna, Srinagar, Bhubaneswar, Amritsar, Srinagar and Guwahati, among others, the airline informed on its website. Citing...Read More

11 A320 aircraft banned, grounded in hours after Ahmedabad airport incident

March 12, 2018
11 A320 aircraft banned, grounded in hours after Ahmedabad airport incident

New Delhi: Hours after an A320 neo aircraft of private airline company Indigo suffered engine failure mid-air and made an emergency landing at Ahmedabad airport today, country's air sector regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA) put ban on the operations of 11 A320 neo aircraft that are powered by a certain series of Pratt & Whitney (P&W) engines. As an effect, today itself 11 aircraft have been grounded. Of these 11 aircraft, 8 are operated by IndiGo and 3 by GoAir. Accordi...Read More

Indigo flight with over 160 passengers makes emergency landing at Ahmedabad airport

March 12, 2018
Indigo flight with over 160 passengers makes emergency landing at Ahmedabad airport

Ahmedabad: A Lucknow bound flight of private airliner Indigo with 186 passengers on board had to make emergency landing at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International airport here today after some technical snag in its second engine. Airport Director Manoj Gangal said that flight number 6E244 of Indigo with Airbus 320 and 186 passengers on board took off from Ahmedabad at 0921 am. 'After sometime the pilot informed the ATC here that he has noticed some technical snag in ...Read More

Air India disinvestment: Indigo and Bird Group express interest

August 30, 2017
Air India disinvestment: Indigo and Bird Group express interest

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today indicated that an expeditious decision would be taken on Air India disinvestment, with at least two parties having formally expressed interest in buying stake in the national carrier. A group of ministers, headed by Jaitley, is working on the modalities of the strategic disinvestment of debt-laden Air India, which has been making losses for long. "These decisions are to be taken expeditiously but in their normal course," Jaitley told reporters...Read More

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