IndiGo A320. By Rob Finlayson An IndiGo (6E) Airbus A320 conducted its first commercial Required Navigation Performance (RNP) approach Saturday, while landing at Kochi Airport (COK) on a scheduled flight from Bengaluru. The approach makes 6E—India’s largest low-cost carrier (LCC)—the first Indian carrier authorized to implement this fuel-saving practice.  The carrier collaborated with Airbus subsidiary Quovadis, the Airports Authority of India (AAI), and the ...

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