India’s Go First airline gains bankruptcy protection, lessors’ woes deepenon May 10, 2023 at 7:25 pm

Reuters was first to report the news that a tribunal granted bankruptcy protection to India’s fourth largest airline Go First, bolstering chances of its revival but dealing a blow to lessors. The decision was keenly awaited by global leasing companies in Europe and elsewhere as the ruling now bars them from repossessing dozens of their Airbus A320neo planes from Go First due to a legal moratorium, setting the stage for prolonged court battles.

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