Go First flights closed for three days, passengers upset: Company runs 200 flights on 27 domestic and 8 international routes, will return ticket money
DGCA issued notice seeking reply in 24 hours The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has also expressed displeasure in this matter. DGCA has also issued show cause notices to the airlines and sought their response within 24 hours.
Passengers of the cash-strapped airline GoFirst are getting upset. Airlines have suspended flights for 3, 4 and 5 May. He doesn't even have money to fill fuel. According to the airline's website, it operates more than 200 flights daily to 27 domestic and 8 international destinations.
The airline will also refund the money for the tickets if the flight operation is cancelled. Refund will be done through original payment mode. Means, those who have paid for the ticket through credit card, the refund will appear in their credit card statement. On the other hand, those who have paid through UPI and Net Banking will get the refund directly in their account.
When I reached Delhi, I came to know that the flight was canceled. Harendra Singh, a passenger who reached Delhi airport to catch a GoFirst flight, said, 'I left for Delhi from Meerut around 3 pm, but after reaching here, I came to know that my flight has been cancelled. Not ready to say anything.
Another passenger who booked tickets with the airlines said, "We had booked tickets to go to Leh, now the flight has been cancelled." A passenger tweeted that he had a connecting flight, after which he had to catch a train. Will I get refund now?
A passenger who reached Delhi from Abu Dhabi said, 'I am stuck here. The airline said that we will get the refund in 7 days, but I do not have Rs 19,000 for the next flight to Patna. There are many other such passengers who are getting upset.
DGCA issued notice seeking reply in 24 hours The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has also expressed displeasure in this matter. DGCA has also issued show cause notices to the airlines and sought their response within 24 hours. At the same time, Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has said that the government is helping the airline in every possible way and has also spoken to the stakeholders.