Go First discusses revival plan with DGCA
Senior executives of Go First have discussed revival plans with DGCA officials in Delhi yesterday, said sources, reports PTI.
The cash-strapped airline is trying hard to come out of the situation and resume its operation.
The DGCA had called the entire management team of Go First on Monday to discuss the resumption plan. At the meeting, the team presented the road map for the revival of operations,” a source told PTI on the condition of anonymity.
The PTI source also said that all the company employees and stakeholders are striving to see the airline resume its operations. The airline will come up with a way forward, as things are moving forward in the right direction, PTI quoted the source.
Some chances Go First air-planes will remain grounded for a few more days, as there is still some time for DGCA officials to take a final decision on the revival road map submitted to it.
For the time being, Go First airline offered its captains INR 1 lakh per month as a‘ retention allowance’, above their salary, as per a communication sent out to them on Sunday.
“First officers, in addition to their present salary, will get an additional INR 50,000 per month as retention allowance,” it said. These allowances will be paid from June.