Go First Airline: Will Go First Airline be able to start again? Know what is the plan of the company
Go First Airline It's been almost a month since Go First Airline ceased operations. A revival plan has also been submitted by the company to the DGCA. Let's know in detail...
An exercise is underway to restart the GoFirst airline, which is in financial crisis. Regarding this, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has sought a revival plan from GoFirst. At the same time, the airline has also handed it over to the DGCA.
A 6-month revival plan has been submitted to the DGCA by GoFirst. The airline has reported that the airline can resume its operations with a total of 26 operational aircraft and 400 pilots. The company also plans to start chartered flights.
It has been told by the airline that the company can start flights from Pune, Bagdogra, Goa, Delhi-Srinagar, and Delhi-Leh.
Operations were suspended on 3 May due to a financial crisis on the part of GoFirst airline. Since then, the company has been continuously extending the date of closure of operations. At the same time, on the refund to the passengers, the company was told that the full refund will be returned through origin mode. This means if you have booked a ticket online then money will come into your account online and if you have booked the ticket through an agent then money will come directly into your account.
The company had also applied for an insolvency process and on May 10, the voluntary insolvency resolution petition was accepted by NTLT.
The closure of operations on the part of GoFirst is causing a lot of loss. The aircraft leasing companies to GoFirst are asking for the aircraft back. Many aircraft leasing companies have filed a petition with the DGCA regarding this and a decision is yet to be taken.