GoAir grounds 7 planes for maintenance ahead of sub-leasing
Updated : March 06, 2019 02:45 PM IST
All these aircraft are expected to be back into operations by the end of the month, helping the low-cost carrier meet the summer vacation demand beginning next month, a source said.
The third largest domestic carrier with an 8.7 percent market share has 47 aircraft comprising 30 A320 Neos and the remaining A320 Ceos.
The airline also plans to phase out all its A320 Ceos (current engine options) planes through subleasing to other carriers and replace them with A320 Neo (new engine options), the source said.
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