Go the First airline hit another crisis, as the officials announced to extend the flight operations suspension till July 10. The decision was taken in view of a lack of operation services. The fleet of the cash-strapped carrier has been grounded since May 3. The airline operator filed for voluntary bankruptcy in early May before the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), alleging delays on the part of a US-based engine.
In an official statement, airline Go First announced that its flight operations will remain cancelled till May 30. The tweet shared also mentioned that passengers would get a full refund. "We regret to inform you that due to operational reasons, Go First flights scheduled till May 30, 2023, have been cancelled," said the airline. This is the second time that Go First extended the cancellation of operations.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal