Go First cancellations continue amid insolvency case, now flights till May 23 scrapped
The airline has said a full refund would be issued to the original mode of payment.
Go First has continued to cancel flights with travel plans now scrapped till May 23. The beleaguered airline had previously cancelled all its flights until May 19 this year. The announcements began at the beginning of May with the airline citing operational reasons even as it applied for voluntary insolvency.
Go First also acknowledged how the string of cancellations had disrupted travel plans at the cusp of the summer vacation season. It however assured that it was working to “resume bookings shortly".
"We acknowledge the flight cancellations might have disrupted your travel plans and we are committed to providing all the assistance we can."
Go First currently has around 50 aircraft in its fleet, with more than half grounded due to engine outages. The company has recently filed an application for immediate resolution under insolvency and revival of its operations.
(With inputs from agencies)
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