Pratt & Whitney to oppose India’s Go First’s push to enforce arbitration

The logo of GoAir airline is pictured on an A320neo aircraft at the builder's headquarters of Airbus in Colomiers near ToulouseThe logo of GoAir airline on an A320neo aircraft in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau/File Photo

NEW DELHI, May 10 (Reuters) – Pratt & Whitney plans to oppose Go Airlines (India) Ltd's push to enforce an arbitration ruling against the U.S. company for the supply of spare engines, a Delaware court filing showed.

The airline, widely known as Go First, approached the Delaware court after it won an arbitration order in Singapore against Pratt & Whitney, which it said failed to supply engines on time. That, the Indian airline argues, has also forced it to file for bankruptcy in New Delhi.

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