Bailing out: What went wrong at Go First Airlines2 min read 03 May 2023, 11:32 PM IST
The airline claims a setback of ₹10,800 crore because 30-50% of its fleet has been grounded since 2020 due to continuing technical issues with Pratt & Whitney engines
One of the oldest private airlines in India has decided to file for bankruptcy citing persistent issues with Pratt & Whitney engines that power its fleet of 54 Airbus A320 aircraft. Mint explains what lies at the core of Go First’s troubled flight path.
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