According to GoAir officials, a technical glitch had developed and the rectification work is in progress. After landing, all passengers were immediately accommodated on to another aircraft for their journey to Delhi.
"The crew operated within the established guidelines to provide for safe travel. GoAir is committed to the highest standards of safety of passengers and its own crew members," said GoAir in a statement.
On January 8, the Ministry of Civil Aviation led by MoS Jayant Sinha had conducted a three-hour-long meeting with Airbus 320 (Neo) Pratt & Whitney (PW) engine makers and other stakeholders including Indigo, Go Air and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The Ministry discussed several issues of Pratt & Whitney engines based on the incidents experienced by India's aviation industry in the recent past and sought for the DGCA to issue directives for Airbus Pratt & Whitney engine aircraft.
In the meeting, discussions were also held seeking Pratt & Whitney to submit an engine status report to the DGCA in the coming days.
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