Go First, which is experiencing a crisis, declared on Tuesday that it would continue to cancel flights until June 4 despite uncertainty over its future course.
The latest announcement implies that Go First, a low-cost airline, will remain grounded for a month. Go First stopped flying on May 3.
Since the initial notification on May 2, when the services were suspended for three days until May 5, the airline has prolonged the cancellation of flights eight times.
The airline said, “We regret to announce that Go First flights booked till June 4, 2023 have been cancelled due to operational concerns.
A complete refund will soon be sent to the original payment method, according to the tweet.
The company has applied for urgent settlement and the revival of operations, as you are aware.
We will soon be ready to accept reservations again, it added.
The aviation regulator DGCA urged the carrier to submit a revival plan within 30 days last week as part of the insolvency resolution process that is currently underway.
Senior airline executives and DGCA officials held discussions on the revival plan on Monday.