Delhi HC To Pass Order On Go First Lessors’ Plea For Aircraft Maintenance

Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you that it is a critical day in the Go First bankruptcy issues, with a Delhi High Court ready to pass an order on the petition pushed by three aircraft landlords of Go Firs alleging insufficient aircraft care. Since the news came on the internet it circulated on social media platforms and uncounted reactions started hitting the headlines as many people were stunned. Now thousands of people are keen to know about the whole information about the news. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.

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The order might have a bearing on the return of Go First, which has been in the thick of a hip process and has allegedly got a bid from Naveen Jindal, champion of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd, in his capacity. Any unfavorable order could leave the grounded airline with inadequate planes to resume operations. The court could also take note of a recent Ministry of Corporate Affairs order that permits lessors to take back their aircraft in matter an airline is dropped and has filed for bankruptcy. Scroll down to the next page for more information about it.

As per the report, in this matter, lessors such as ACG Aircraft Leasing Ireland,  BOC Aviation (Ireland) Ltd, and DAE 13 Ireland Designated Activity Co. submitted fresh applications after finding their parked aircraft in a poor situation during inspections. All three landlords blamed the resolution professional (RP) of Go First for not keeping their assets. The RP argued against the maintainability of the plea, stating it had already come to its finality in the last orders in the case. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

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BOC Aviation informed the court their planes had been in a deplorable situation, with problems such as poor maintenance of dock gear and the main body. It stated the aircraft had been not only messy but contained algae due to water accumulation since they had been not covered during exceptional rains. BOC stated it was discovered on the panels and that indications of poor care were evident. It asserted its aircraft were in long-term hold in Coonoor even before the suspension. Here we have shared all the information that we had if we get any information then we will update you soon. Stay connected with us for more updates.

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