27/05/2023 10:08 AM | Click to read full article
On 25 March, the fight to save Go Airlines (India) Ltd finally landed before Michael Lee, an emergency arbitrator in Singapore. Talks between the Indian company, which ran the airline Go First, and American engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney, had ended in a deadlock. The engine maker did not replace or provide spare engines for the faulty ones, crippling the low-cost carrier’s operations, Go Airlines held. By March, half of the airline’s fleet of 54 Airbus 320 (Neos) were grounded.