Aviation watchdog DGCA has requested crisis-hit Go First to submit a complete plan for the revival of its operations, a supply stated on Thursday.
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The finances provider, which is present process a voluntary insolvency decision course of, stopped flying on May 3.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) suggested the airline on May 24 to submit inside a interval of 30 days a complete restructuring plan for a sustainable revival of operations, the supply on the regulator stated.
Further, the watchdog has requested the airline to furnish the standing of availability of operational plane, pilots and different personnel, upkeep preparations and funding, amongst different particulars, the supply added.
The supply stated the revival plan, as soon as submitted by Go First, will probably be reviewed by DGCA for additional acceptable motion.