Go First may take legal action against Pratt & Whitney over engine issues

IndiGo is the only other Indian airline that uses PW engines on its A320 planes

Deepak Patel New Delhi
Go First

Go First received its first PW engine-powered A320 plane in 2016. “PW engines started facing issues 6-8 months after the first delivery,” a source said

Indian airline Go First is considering legal action against Pratt and Whitney (PW) for failing to provide compensation after March 2020 for planes grounded due to engine supply delays, sources said on

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First Published: Mar 09 2023 | 8:26 PM IST

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