Go First further delays restart
Cash-strapped airline Go First once again pushed back its planned date to resume operations.
All scheduled flight operations will remain grounded until at least June 12.
As mentioned in previous announcements, the airline will issue full refunds for all affected customers.
The airline has now delayed its restart several times as it works out a resumption plan with the the aviation regulator DGCA.
“We acknowledge that flight cancellations have disrupted travel plans and we are committed to providing all the assistance we can,” Go First tweeted.
Go First filed for bankruptcy proceedings early this month, blaming Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine issues with its Airbus jets.
The bankruptcy protection dashed the hopes of foreign aircraft lessors which have been trying to repossess aircraft.
The National Company Law Tribunal granted a moratorium on Go First’s assets and leases while its financial position is assessed.
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