India's aviation watchdog Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is likely to issue an additional advisory soon for Airbus planes fitted with Pratt & Whitney engines, said a source privy to the development.
At a three-hour meeting on Tuesday, the Civil Aviation Ministry reviewed the frequent on-ground and mid-air glitches that the P&W engines, powering these planes, have been facing since their induction in early 2016.
"In order to deal with issues related to P&W engines, the DGCA will issue an additional advisory in the coming one week," the source said.
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The DGCA had issued an advisory in November last year to deal with this issue. However, the PW engines continue to face glitches.
During February and March last year, 14 planes -- 11 of IndiGo and three of GoAir - were grounded by the aviation regulator DGCA following a series of mid-air engine shutdowns.
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