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Go First Extends Flight Cancellations Till May 19 Citing ‘Operational Reasons’


New Delhi: Go First has extended its flight cancellations from May 12 to May 19. The airline facing financial difficulties issued a statement saying the flight cancellations occurred due to “operational reasons.”

Go First, in a statement, said, “We regret to inform you that due to operational reasons, Go First flights scheduled until May 19, 2023, have been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by the flight cancellations.”

Earlier, the DGCA had served a show cause notice before revoking the airline’s permit to offer commercial flights and ordering the airline to stop the sale of tickets immediately.

The airline assured the passengers that a full refund would be provided to the original mode of payment for all those who had booked the flight. The airline further said that they have filed an application for immediate resolution and revival of operations and will be able to resume shortly.

While ending their statement, Go First said, “Kindly contact our Customer Care Centre at 1800 2100 999 or write to us at to let us know how we can help you.”

The airline has a total of 54 aircraft, half of which are grounded due to faulty engines; they also allege that its financial crisis was sparked by “faulty” Pratt & Whitney engines, due to which it had to ground half of its aircraft.

On Wednesday, an Indian tribunal provided Go Airlines (India) Ltd. with bankruptcy protection. The National Company Law Tribunal has ordered that the management of the airline be taken over by a temporary resolution specialist with immediate effect.

Kaushik Khona Go First’s Chief Executive Officer called this decision historic.

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