DelhiDesk Indian airline Go First has announced the cancellation of its flights until May 9th and has stopped ticket booking until May 15th, blaming American company Pratt & Whitney (P&W) for a serious crisis. The airline has said that passengers will be fully reimbursed for their tickets. Meanwhile, German Airlines Lufthansa has temporarily grounded a third of its Airbus SE A220 fleet in Zurich due to a Pratt & Whitney engine fault. Lufthansa has supported Go First’s statement blaming P&W and said that airlines worldwide are struggling with a shortage of engines and spare parts. Go First will refund passengers’ ticket money or allow them to board flights at a future date.
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👉 Big news: Airline GoFirst cancels flights till May 9 and stops ticket booking till May 15. Passengers to be fully refunded.
👉 German Airlines Lufthansa temporarily grounds a third of its Airbus SE A220 fleet in Zurich due to a Pratt & Whitney engine fault.
👉 Lufthansa faces criticism for flight delays and IT system problems.
👉 Lufthansa supports GoFirst’s statement blaming Pratt & Whitney for the crisis.
👉 Airlines worldwide facing shortage of engines and spare parts.
👉 GoFirst to refund ticket money or allow passengers to board future flights. DGCA issued a show cause notice to GoFirst.
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