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Crisis-hit Go First Airlines announced on Friday that all of its scheduled flight operations will be canceled through June 7 and that all customers will receive a full refund.

We regret to inform you that Go First flights scheduled to depart till June 7, 2023, have been canceled for operational reasons. We apologize for any difficulty the flight cancellations may have caused. We’ll soon give a complete refund to the original payment method. We are committed to you all the assistance we can and acknowledge that the airline cancellations may have interfered with your travel arrangements.

The owner of the airline just declared voluntary bankruptcy.

Prior to this, Go First Airlines was urged by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to present a thorough reorganization plan in order to sustainably resume operations.

Go First has requested permission to use the moratorium period to create a comprehensive restructuring plan for restarting operations and present it to the DGCA for the necessary regulatory approvals before restarting operations, according to their response to a show cause notice issued on May 8 that was previously disclosed by a senior DGCA official.

In light of this, the DGCA had instructed the airline to submit a thorough restructuring/revival plan for a long-term revival of operations within a 30-day window. The DGCA will assess the resurrection plan after Go First submits it before taking any further appropriate action.
Source- the print

SFTC, also known as Starfish Travel Corporation is an IATA company, certified with ISO and registered with Goverment of India.



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