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Aviation Body Tells Aircraft Engine Firm To Act On Glitches Or Face "Harshest Action"NEW DELHI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday said that aircraft engine firm Pratt and Whitney has been asked to ensure easy availability of spare engines to airlines such as GoAir and IndiGo, and the aviation regulator will take the "harshest action" if the need arises. About 40 per cent of the domestic seat capacity of India is powered by Pratt and Whitney engines and therefore, any knee-jerk reaction to completely shut their operations will have serious… (www.ndtv.com) More...
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Can someone please answer me this riddle. Why is it that everything something negative about Airbus gets posted on this site it gets downvoted. But when something Negative about Boeing gets posted it gets upvoted???
FL370 or w/e his name is is lurking lol
SHHHHHHHH, I havent seen him in a few weeks and lets hope it stays that way lol. And his name is MH370..
Yes he is a real piece of work never anything about Airbust as I call it. The have had just as bad and a very similar problem at least twice before with two different models.
Wow i am impressed. Thats the first smart thing I have ever heard you. Good Job keep up the good work lol.
It was submitted already https://flightaware.com/squawks/view/1/24_hours/new/75460/Indonesian_Gov_t_wants_local_airlines_to_stop_buying_Airbus
That’s saying they want them to stop buying Airbus. Not telling Pratt and Whitney to fix the engines or be punished.