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The Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference
THE AIRCRAFT AIRWORTHINESS & SUSTAINMENT CONFERENCE
April 22-26, 2019
The mission of this conference is to identify the challenges and the collaborative work being done within the aerospace community in improving the safety, airworthiness, availability and cost effectiveness of both our military and commercial aircraft fleets. The battle of maintaining an aging fleet ...

GO DIGITAL US
GO DIGITAL US
April 29-29, 2019
With offices in Malmö, Sweden and San Diego, California, we work with a global perspective building partnerships with the leading experts and suppliers in aviation knowledge management.

GoAir


GoAir is an Indian low-fare airline based in Mumbai, India. Go Airlines (India) Ltd. is the aviation foray of the Wadia Group. The airline operates its services under the brand GoAir. The airline uses Airbus A320 aircraft. Its main base is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai.

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Indian investigators have disclosed that the crew of a GoAir Airbus A320 shut down the wrong engine after experiencing powerplant vibrations following a birdstrike on take-off.The aircraft (VT-GOS) had been departing runway 09 at Delhi, bound for Mumbai, on 21 June 2017.At around 115kt the aircraft suffered a birdstrike on the right-hand CFM International CFM56 powerplant.While an automated advisory alerted to high vibrations on the right-hand engine, this was not called out by the first officer...
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India’s aviation regulator said it is investigating issues that have arisen with the Pratt and Whitney engines in Airbus Group’s A-320 NEO narrow-body jets brought into service over the past year by two local carriers. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said late on Tuesday at least two incidents involving A320 NEO planes fitted with the engines flown by IndiGo – owned by InterGlobe Aviation –and privately-held GoAir – were under investigation....
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FARNBOROUGH—Indian low-cost carrier GoAir has doubled its commitment for Airbus A320neos. The airline signed an agreement for a further 72 aircraft at the Farnborough International Airshow. GoAir plans to take delivery of the aircraft from 2020–25, but has not made an engine selection. The first 72 aircraft are to be powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines. GoAir currently operates 18 A320ceos and two A320neos....
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EVENTS

The Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference
THE AIRCRAFT AIRWORTHINESS & SUSTAINMENT CONFERENCE
April 22-26, 2019
The mission of this conference is to identify the challenges and the collaborative work being done within the aerospace community in improving the safety, airworthiness, availability and cost effectiveness of both our military and commercial aircraft fleets. The battle of maintaining an aging fleet ...

GO DIGITAL US
GO DIGITAL US
April 29-29, 2019
With offices in Malmö, Sweden and San Diego, California, we work with a global perspective building partnerships with the leading experts and suppliers in aviation knowledge management.