The Go First airline on Thursday (May 25), extended its flight cancellations till May 28, amid an ongoing financial crisis. Earlier, the suspension of flight operations was announced till May 26, citing operational reasons. The airline had expressed hope that it will be able to resume bookings shortly.
The airline is undergoing insolvency resolution proceedings. On May 3, Go First officially announced that it is suspending its flight operations.
Earlier, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had asked the airline to refund passengers who have booked tickets on canceled flights. The airline has also stopped the sale of tickets till May 15.
According to reports, DGCA will conduct an audit of cash-strapped carrier Go First's preparedness to restart its operations.