Jayant Sinha : Over 57,000 airline snags reported since 2014


On Thursday, There have been over 57,000 technical snags reported by airlines in India between 2014 and February this year, the government said .

The number of snags have additionally developed by more than 20 for every penny in 2016 contrasted with the earlier year with these glitches going up from 17,483 to 21,500, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said in a composed answer in the Lok Sabha.

These technical snags incorporate flames amid flight, motor shutdown, surrenders identified with landing apparatus and breaks on air ship structure, among others.

Recently, there have been at least six incidents of snags reported from Pratt & Whitney engines that power Airbus 320 Neo planes operated by IndiGo and GoAir prompting the government to conduct a “detailed review”.