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Airbus Nears Order of 500 A320-Family Jets from IndiGo.

Airbus, the renowned aircraft manufacturer, is reportedly on the verge of securing an order for 500 A320-family jets from IndiGo, India's largest airline. The...

Air India Attracts 200 Pilots as Go First Seeks to Address Exit Concerns

In a significant development within the aviation industry, approximately 200 pilots from Go First have accepted job offers from Air India, as Go First...

Go First Lessors Approach Delhi HC, Seek Deregistration of Aircraft: DGCA Under Scrutiny

In a significant development within the aviation industry, lessors of Go First Airlines have approached the Delhi High Court, seeking the deregistration of aircraft...

SpiceJet Insolvency: NCLT Postpones Aircastle’s Plea Hearing to June 1

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has deferred the hearing of Aircastle's plea against SpiceJet's insolvency to June 1, extending the timeline for the...

SpiceJet Receives Partial Relief from SEBI Following Debt Recast Deal with Lessora

SpiceJet, one of India's leading airline companies, is set to receive partial relief from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) following a...

SpiceJet to Receive Partial Relief from SEBI Following Debt Recast Deal with Lessor

SpiceJet, one of India's prominent airline carriers, is set to receive partial relief from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) after successfully...

Govt tells Pratt & Whitney to get grounded planes ‘up and running

The government has directed Pratt & Whitney, a leading aircraft engine manufacturer, to take necessary steps to get grounded planes "up and running." This...

Doors not shut for funding airlines; strong players creditworthy: BoB CEO.

The CEO of Bank of Baroda (BoB) has expressed that funding opportunities for airlines are still available, emphasizing that creditworthy airlines with strong financial...

Risky jurisdiction: Aircraft lessors raise the alarm over Go First crisis

Aircraft lessors have raised concerns over the financial crisis facing Indian low-cost carrier Go First, formerly known as GoAir, and the jurisdiction risks involved...

Go First Likely to Resume Flights on May 24 with Fewer Aircraft

Mumbai, May 11, 2023 - Go First, formerly known as GoAir, is expected to resume its flight operations on May 24 after a temporary...

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