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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Pratt & Whitney plans to oppose Go Airways (India) Ltd’s push to implement an arbitration ruling in opposition to the U.S. firm for the availability of spare engines, a Delaware court docket submitting confirmed.
The airline, broadly referred to as Go First, approached the Delaware court docket after it received an arbitration order in Singapore in opposition to Pratt & Whitney, which it stated failed to produce engines on time. That, the Indian airline argues, has additionally compelled it to file for chapter in New Delhi.
(Reporting by Mike Scarcella in New York and Aditya Kalra in New Delhi; Modifying by Kim Coghill)