The Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA), aviation watchdog, on Friday said that it has allowed Go First airlines to resume its operations with 15 aircrafts and 114 daily flights, subject to a certain conditions. This comes after Go First’s Resolution professional Shailendra Ajmera had invited Expressions of Interest (EoI) from potential bidders.
The airline, which was grounded on May 3, is currently undergoing an insolvency resolution process.
In a release, the DGCA stated that the airline’s plan to restart its operations with 15 vessels and 114 flights daily has been reviewed and accepted.
The airline may resume scheduled flights operations on the availability of interim funding and approval of flights scheduled by DGCA, the release said.
Additionally, the regulator has directed the airline to ensure compliance with all the applicable regulatory requirements and continued airworthiness of the aircraft engaged in operations.
On June 28, Go First’s Resolution Professinal (RP) submitted the resumption plan to DGCA, and subsequently, the regulator conducted a special audit of the carrier’s facilities in Delhi and Mumbai.