“Safety Has To Be Paramount”: Suresh Prabhu On Airbus Engine Issue


With airlines in the country facing issues in Pratt & Whitney-powered Airbus planes, Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu today said passengers’ safety has to be paramount and there is zero tolerance for any violation of relevant guidelines.

He said ensuring safety is a responsibility of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and “we have already directed them that at any cost, safety has to be paramount”.

“(There is) zero tolerance for any violation of safety issues,” the minister said during a Twitter livestream when asked about the issues faced by P&W engines, which are powering many A320 Neo aircraft in India.

The A320 Neos are manufactured by the Airbus. The GoAir has 49 planes in the fleet, 30 of which are Airbus A320  Neos. Read More

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