Air India reported 184 tech snags in last 1 year, IndiGo 98, SpiceJet 77: Government – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Air India, IndiGo and SpiceJet reported 184, 98 and 77 incidents resulting from technical snags in the course of the one yr interval until June 30, minister of state for civil aviation V Okay Singh mentioned on Monday.
Go First, Vistara and AirAsia India reported 50, 40 and 14 incidents resulting from technical snags within the aforementioned interval, he mentioned in his written reply to a query within the Rajya Sabha.
Whereas the government-run airline Alliance Air reported 5 incidents, Air India Specific had 10 incidents within the one yr interval, he acknowledged.
The Tata Group took management of Air India and its subsidiary Air India Specific on January 27 after efficiently successful the bid for the airline on October 8 final yr.
General, a “whole of 478 incidents of technical snags had been reported in final one yr between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022”, Singh famous.
An plane might expertise technical snags resulting from malfunctioning of elements or tools fitted on the plane, he mentioned.
These technical snags are reported by the flight crew on receiving an aural or visible warning within the cockpit or when there is a sign of an inoperative or defective system or whereas experiencing issue in dealing with or working the plane, he famous.
At present, SpiceJet is working no more than 50 per cent of its flights as per the orders of the Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The regulator had in July imposed the curb on the airline’s flights for a interval of eight weeks as its planes had been concerned in not less than eight incidents of technical malfunction within the June 19-July 5 interval.
Over the last two months, planes of different Indian carriers have additionally reported a number of incidents of technical malfunction.

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