IndiGo Airlines (6E, Delhi Int'l) President Aditya Ghosh says the Indian budget carrier is considering converting some of its A320neo orders to the larger A321neo.

Speaking to Reuters last week, Ghosh said the larger capacity twinjets would allow IndiGo to make more effective use of slots at congested airports such as Mumbai Int'l and Delhi Int'l.

Airbus (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) indicates that IndiGo has a total of 410 A320neo on order of which seventeen have thus far been delivered.

Commenting on recent operational issues with its Pratt & Whitney-powered A320neo, IndiGo's Chief Financial Officer, Rohit Philip, said there had been no financial impact as yet from the aircraft's temporary grounding. He did not comment on whether IndiGo would seek compensation.

IndiGo also operates 112 A320-200s on flights to forty-four destinations across India, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Nepal, Singapore, and Oman.