India on Monday grounded all Airbus narrow-body planes powered by Pratt & Whitney engines after a local regulator, citing in-flight incidents, questioned the aircraft’s safety, Bloomberg News reported.
A320neo jetliners with Pratt engines that have a seal found to cause vibrations will no longer be able to fly, India regulators said.
The move immediately grounded eight aircraft at Indigo, India’s largest carrier, and three at GoAirlines India Pvt, following three in-service shutdowns of aircraft with one PW1100 engine featuring the seal, Indian regulators said.
It also says:
(India's regulator) said the manufacturer had “no concrete proposal in place at this stage.”
Seems DGCA has run out of patience.