New Delhi: Cash-strapped airline Go First on Friday said it has cancelled all its flights till May 12.
The Wadia group-owned carrier has filed a plea for voluntary insolvency resolution proceedings before the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and the tribunal reserved its order on Thursday.
“… due to operational reasons, Go First flights scheduled till 12th May 2023 have been cancelled,” the airline said in a tweet.
Earlier, the civil aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), examined the response of Go First and issued an order to the carrier to process their refunds to passengers.
In a statement, DGCA said that Go First has intimated that they have suspended sale of their flights till May 15, 2023 and are working to refund or reschedule for future dates, the passengers already booked to fly with them.
India’s first major airline collapse since 2019 underlines the fierce competition in a sector dominated by IndiGo and the recent merger of Air India and Vistara under the Tata conglomerate.