Go First, a coaching company wrestling with financial challenges, recently announced another setback to its operations. Once more, the company has had to cancel plans to the new date, impacting its stakeholder relationships.
Go First released a statement on a recent Saturday evening to share this update with its stakeholders and the general public.
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The company stated that it was being compelled to make this decision due to unforeseen issues with Creative Associated Associates. The management expressed its frustration at the situation, stating, “we are troubled by the fact that the associated plants have agreed to fly from 28 June 2023 to 28 June 2023.” The initial plan was to reach a pivotal milestone by Sunday, June 25th.
For almost two months now, Go First has been striving to initiate its services. During these two months, the company has announced several postponements of the service launch. Go First operations have been suspended since May 3rd, when the company filed for insolvency.
In the statement, Go First extended an apology to its stakeholders, acknowledging the disruption caused by the service cancellation. The company asserted its commitment to resume operations, asking for understanding and patience from its stakeholders.
To help its customers navigate through this difficult time, Go First has launched an online customer support number (1800 2100 999). Customers affected by the service cancellation can also reach the company via email at [email protected] for further assistance.
Despite the challenges, Go First remains optimistic about the future. Initially planning to restart operations by the end of May, the company is now gearing up for a July relaunch. With plans to operate 78 daily flights with the help of 22 aircraft, Go First aims to take to the skies soon.
Despite this ambition, there are numerous constraints, such as securing necessary approvals, that the company has yet to navigate. Despite these setbacks, Go First remains committed to its stakeholders and aims to resolve these challenges soon.