Sources said Go First’s senior management discussed the revival plan with DGCA officials in Delhi yesterday, PTI reported.
The cash-strapped airline is struggling to get out of trouble and resume operations.
The DGCA has convened Go First’s entire management team on Monday to discuss recovery plans. At the meeting, the team came up with a roadmap for resuming operations,” a source told PTI on condition of anonymity.
The PTI source also said that all company employees and stakeholders are working hard to see the airline resume operations. PTI, citing sources, said that as things move in the right direction, the airline will figure out a way forward.
Some chance Go First aircraft will remain grounded for a few more days as DGCA officials still have some time to make a final decision on the revival roadmap presented to it.
According to a communication sent to captains on Sunday, Go First Airlines currently provides its captains with a “retention allowance” of INR 100,000 a month, which is above their salary.
“The co-pilot will receive an additional retention allowance of INR 50,000 per month in addition to his current salary,” it said. These allowances will be paid from June onwards.