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GO First Flight Delays: DGCA scanner over cancelled flights

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According to the latest reports and developments, airline Go First has come under the scanner of the aviation regulator DGCA. But why? Wadia Group promoted Go First airline but it has not come under the scanner of the aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation because of flight cancellations and delays. According to the source, passengers who opted for Go First flights faced inconvenience in large numbers over the past few days this is the reason DGCA has put Go First under scanner on account of an increase in passenger inconvenience due to massing flight delays and non-existent flights. You are advised to stick with this page and keep reading this article for more information. Scroll down the page and read what a senior aviation minister spokesperson said about Go First. Follow more updates on Newsminatii.in

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Recently, an official of the senior aviation ministry said, “The DGCA will look into the matter and due process will be followed,” This statement came after a sudden spike in passenger complaints. Moreover, many passengers also complained that the flight they were supposed to board, actually does not even exist. Two people who are aware of this matter confirmed the claims. Scroll down the page and read more about it.

An anonymous airport official said, “There have been not one but a few instances over the past few weeks where the passengers have arrived at the airport, found out that the flight does not exist, and rather than providing a reason for the same, they have just been provided an option of a refund. This may be a temporary impact of the aircraft availability issues but passengers are being inconvenienced,” Scroll down the page and learn more about it.

Go First posted one of the worst on-time performances related to its punctuality on 11 and 12 November. On account, around 70% of flights of the Mumbai-based airline Go-First faced delays and inconvenience on 11 November and it became worse on 12 November when 82% of Go-First flights departed late.

Do you know the airline has been approved to operate 1,390 flight departures per week by DGCA as per the winter schedule? Meanwhile, around 40% decline is from its winter schedule of 2021 and pre-pandemic levels as well. Go First had already curtailed the winter schedule (from 30 October to 25 March). Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

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