Articles tagged “engines”

Airlines

Airbus Faces Huge Headaches in Delivering Aircraft On Time

Guillaume Faury will take control of the Airbus group in April, and the rush to deliver a record number of aircraft in the fourth quarter, given engine delays and other problems, will assuredly be a big test for him.

Airbus Faces Huge Headaches in Delivering Aircraft On Time

Airlines

Rolls-Royce Discovers New Problem With Some Dreamliner Engines

We've been here before with Rolls-Royce and Dreamliner engines. Airlines will no doubt be hoping that the problem can be dealt with quickly.

Rolls-Royce Discovers New Problem With Some Dreamliner Engines

Airlines

Inspections by Southwest of Jet Engines Show No Problems

We still don't know why a fan blade failed last month on a Southwest Airlines engine. But the good news is Southwest has inspected 35,500 aircraft-engine fan blades since the incident and has found no major flaws. That should put passengers at ease.

Inspections by Southwest of Jet Engines Show No Problems

Airlines

India Grounds 11 Airbus Jets in a Move the European Union Calls Unnecessary

Hats off to Indian watchdogs for quickly responding to two shutdowns of aircraft with faulty parts in the past week. Affected airlines include IndiGo, India's largest carrier, with eight aircraft grounded. Hey, engine maker Pratt and Whitney: You're on notice.

India Grounds 11 Airbus Jets in a Move the European Union Calls Unnecessary

Airlines

SpiceJet Undertakes Its Largest Expansion in Bid to Take Share From Indigo

It appears as though SpiceJet founder Ajay Singh put the struggling India carrier back on track when he returned to the airline in 2015. In its competition against Indigo, SpiceJet is trying to solidify its place in a troubled but fast-growing aviation market.

SpiceJet Undertakes Its Largest Expansion in Bid to Take Share From Indigo