Go First, an ultra-low-cost airline based in India has announced that it would expand its flight cancellations.
The airline issued a message on Wednesday informing customers that their flight had been canceled and providing them with more information.
“It is with deep sorrow that we must notify you that, for to operational circumstances, Go First flights that were planned until May 26th, 2023 have been canceled. The airline expressed its regret for the disruption caused by the cancellation of flights by saying, “We apologize for the inconvenience.”
“We understand that the airline cancellations may have caused a hiccup in your trip plans, and we are dedicated to providing any and all support that we possibly can. You are probably already aware of the fact that the firm has submitted an application for quick resolution and the restart of activities. We will soon be ready to start taking reservations again. “We appreciate your patience,” the airline said in a subsequent statement.
The airline claimed a severe liquidity shortage owing to the delivery of defective engines by US aerospace company Pratt & Whitney as the basis for their decision to file for bankruptcy earlier this month, on May 2nd. The bankruptcy petition was submitted by the airline. The American company scoffed at Go First’s allegation, stating that it was baseless and had no basis in reality.