IndiGo News Stories

Engine Shortages Ground Some IndiGo A320neos

July 25, 2018

Indian airline IndiGo says it has taken “a few” Airbus A320neos out of service as supply problems with the aircraft’s Pratt & Whitney engines continue.


IndiGo President Resigns, Will Appoint New CEO

April 27, 2018

Indian low cost carrier IndiGo said it will appoint a new chief executive after it announced the resignation of its president, Aditya Ghosh.


More P&W Engine Problems As India Grounds 11 A320neos

March 12, 2018

India’s civil aviation regulator has ordered 11 Airbus A320neos fitted with Pratt & Whitney engines to be grounded after an IndiGo aircraft suffered an engine failure on Monday.


IndiGo Reports Record Quarterly Profit

July 31, 2017

Low cost Indian carrier IndiGo reported an INR8.11 billion rupee (USD$126 million) net profit for its first quarter, a 37 percent increase and its highest ever quarterly profit.


IndiGo To Go Regional With ATR Order

May 9, 2017

India’s IndiGo has signed a provisional order with ATR for up to 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft, in a deal worth over USD$1.3 billion at list prices.



India To Investigate Airbus A320neo Engine Issues

February 28, 2017

India’s aviation regulator DGCA has started an investigation into Pratt & Whitney-powered Airbus A320neos operated by IndiGo and GoAir.


Samsung Phone Catches Fire On India Flight

September 23, 2016

A Samsung Note 2 smartphone caught fire in an overhead luggage bin on an IndiGo flight on Friday.


IndiGo Reports Lower Q1 Net Profit

August 1, 2016

IndiGo parent InterGlobe Aviation reported a fall in net profit for the June quarter of 7.4 percent, on cheaper fares and higher expenditure.


GoAir Signs USD$7.7 Billion Deal With Airbus For A320neos

July 12, 2016

India's GoAir has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus for 72 A320neos in a deal worth around USD$7.7 billion at current list prices.


India Pushes To Extend Air Travel Boom

July 1, 2016

India will push to get 90 new airports up and running over the next 12 months, under a government plan to service smaller cities that have missed out on the country's air travel boom.