The Central government held a meeting with -- IndiGo, engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney (P&W) and aircraft maker Airbus and GoAir -- on Tuesday to review safety-related incidents with Airbus A320 Neo aircraft, powered by P&W.
The government took serious note of the incidents with the aircraft's engines and called the meet to review the issue.
"The crew followed the normal operating procedures and asked for a priority landing. There was no engine shutdown and no emergency landing was declared," the airline said in a statement last Saturday.
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