Go First is planning to take legal action against Pratt & Whitney for not providing compensation for their grounded planes due to engine supply delays. According to a source from the airline: “Till March 2020, PW provided spare engines on time, repaired without cost, and provided some compensation. However, the airline has not received anything after that.” Majority of Go First’s fleet has Pratt & Whitney engines and currently about 24 of airline’s 55 planes are grounded due to supply chain woes. The airline is operating on 27% less capacity in March 2023 as compared to same time last year.

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