News & Media 29th Apr 2024

Go First in peril as Delhi HC allows lessors to repossess aircraft

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Mukesh Chand Senior Counsel | Mumbai

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Quashing any hopes of a revival for Go First, the Delhi High Court on April 27, 2024 ordered the aviation regulator to deregister all 54 aircraft leased by the bankrupt airline, effectively forever grounding the 20-year-old low-cost carrier.

In this context, Krishna Yadav from Livemint writes on “Go First in peril as Delhi HC allows lessors to repossess aircraft” with expert comments from our Senior Counsel Mukesh Chand. He says, ‘The Delhi High Court’s judgment has significant implications for the overall airline insolvency scene in India’.

For his detailed insights, tune into the story here