Following Go First's decision to cancel flights for two days due to a severe financial crisis, the aviation regulator DGCA issued a show cause notice to the airline on Tuesday.
The airline in financial trouble has cancelled all of its planned flights for May 3 and 4, according to a statement from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
“Go First has violated the need for schedule approval since it has neglected to follow the authorised timetable, causing passenger annoyance.
The statement said, “The airline has been called upon to demonstrate good cause as to why appropriate action should not be taken against the airline for the aforesaid violation.”
A show cause notice is issued by the aviation regulator DGCA to go first.A show cause notice is issued by the aviation regulator DGCA to go first.
The watchdog has also instructed the airline to provide information on the measures done to lessen the inconvenience to the customers who have reservations for flights on May 3 and 4.
Additionally, the airline must submit a plan of action for starting to run flights in accordance with the authorised schedule on May 5.
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has received an application for voluntary insolvency resolution procedures from Go First.