Delhi High Court asks DGCA to file affidavit on A320 neo planes
Updated : March 20, 2018 07:20 AM IST
In the last two days, as many as eight such glitches were reported by Jet Airways, Spicejet and Air India.
Go Air reported technical glitches in three planes out of which two had to be cancelled.
The glitches forced IndiGo to cancel 47 of its flights last week, and more such cases are still being reported.
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