Indigo of 488 flight and Go Air’s 138 flight canceled
Passengers may suffer from the bad PW engine, the A320 Neo category, the flight of aircraft from the flight. Due to lack of planes, Indigo and Go Air have decided to cancel more than 600 flights this month. These include Indigo 488 and Go Air 138 flights. Both aviation companies operate an average of 1200 flights a day.
Indigo and Go Air have given information on the decision to cancel the flight, on their respective official website. It has been said that Indigo, which occupies a large part of the domestic aviation market, will cancel its 488 flights between March 15-31. Similarly, Go Air has also decided to cancel its 138 flights between March 15-22. However, it is not clear now that how will the two companies provide compensation or alternative remedies to those who have bought the ticket.
According to the flight details submitted to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Indigo will not operate its 36 daily flights between March 15 and 21. Similarly, between 22 and 24 March, he will cancel his 18 regular flights. IndiGo has indicated that the airline will not operate its 26 daily flights between March 25 and 31.
Similarly, Wadia said the DGCA controlled GoAir group that the airline will not hold their 7 daily flights to ten destinations among the 16 on 24 March. In addition, he will cancel his six flight services between March 15 and 22. However, both aviation companies have said that they will offer travelers who purchase tickets to travel by refund or alternative flight. Both companies have a total of 45 aircraft of the P & W engine A320 neo category.Of these 14 aircraft, DGCA has stopped the flight. These include Indigo 11 Neo aircraft alone.
A news is for passengers traveling from Delhi to Ahmedabad, Patna, Pune and Goa to the Sector 7 destination via the plane of SpiceJet. To catch the ship from March 25, they will have to go to Delhi’s IGI Airport Terminal 2. Spice Jet Airline has transferred its 22 flights, which have been flying from terminal one to Sector 7 for these places, to the terminal two.
While the rest of the domestic flights will leave the terminal one. The three other sectors of Spice Jet include flights to Kochi, Surat and Gorakhpur. The airline has said that considering the work of expanding the infrastructure for the development of the infrastructure at terminal one, it has been decided to change the operating location of the flights.