Canadian aircraft manufacturer files a lawsuit against SpiceJet for non-payment of dues

As per media reports, Canadian aircraft manufacturer De Havilland Aircraft has filed a lawsuit against low-cost carrier SpiceJet claiming damages worth Rs 3.2 billion, on grounds of the airline’s failure to pay for an aircraft order of 25 Dash 8-400 turboprop aircraft. The Canadian company, which has its parent company in the UK, has sought damages owing to SpiceJet not taking delivery of 19 aircraft. As of March 2020, SpiceJet has a fleet of 121 aircraft including 82 Boeing 737s, two A320s, five Boeing 737 freighters and 32 turboprop aircraft.

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