Engine troubles hit budget carrier IndiGo again with the airline forced to ground two of its Airbus A320 Neo planes due to technical glitches, according to a source.
The two Pratt & Whitney engine-powered A320 Neo planes were taken out of operations on Friday, the source said.
IndiGo, which had to ground 11 A320 Neos between February and March this year due to safety concerns, confirmed that it had pulled out two of its planes from the service.
The airline further said that the two planes are back into operations now. Read More