The Wadia group owned Go First airlines has asked for permission from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to resume flight operations with its fleet of 26 aircraft and 400 pilots. As per reports, the airline also told the DGCA that they have the support of oil marketing companies as the companies have agreed to extend support to the struggling airlines. Earlier, the Go First airlines had filed for bankruptcy in the month of May.
In its fresh plea to the DGCA, the Go First airlines said that it has arranged for funds required to run the operations for next five months. On the topic of refund, the airlines said that it would begin with the refunding process once fresh bookings are allowed.