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IndiGo close to new engine deal, may drop Pratt & Whitney for CFM

IndiGo has an order book of 430 Airbus planes of the A320neo family, of which the first 150 aircraft were to be powered by engines from United Technologies Corp's Pratt & Whitney.

Reuters  |  NEW DELHI 

India's biggest airline, IndiGo, is close to a decision on engines that could mark a dramatic shift away from Pratt & Whitney towards its French-American rival CFM but a final decision is only expected later in June, according to three people aware of the matter. IndiGo has an order book of 430 Airbus planes of the A320neo family, of which the first 150 aircraft were to be powered by engines from United Technologies Corp's Pratt & Whitney. The Indian airline is now running a bidding process in which Pratt and CFM, jointly owned by General Electric and Safran, are competing ...

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First Published: Sun, June 02 2019. 09:00 IST
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