As Go First awaits the NCLT ruling on its voluntary insolvency decision plea, the tribunal is about to listen to on Monday two petitions searching for insolvency proceedings towards the crisis-hit airline.
With liabilities of Rs 11,463 crore and a monetary crunch, the Wadia group-owned airline has sought voluntary insolvency decision proceedings in addition to an interim moratorium on monetary obligations.
After listening to the plea on Thursday, the Nationwide Firm Legislation Tribunal (NCLT) reserved its order.
The tribunal is about to listen to two insolvency petitions filed towards the airline on Monday, in keeping with legal professionals.
The petition filed by SS Associates Companies Pvt Ltd, which was offering transport companies to the service, is with respect to a declare of round Rs three crore.
A pilot has additionally filed a petition claiming dues for his companies supplied to the airline. The quantity concerned is greater than Rs 1 crore. The 2 petitions are scheduled to be heard by the Principal Bench of the NCLT.
Go First, in its petition filed earlier than the tribunal on Could 2, sought instructions to restrain plane lessors from taking any restoration motion in addition to restrain aviation watchdog DGCA and suppliers of important items and companies from initiating opposed actions.
One other request is that the Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Airports Authority of India (AAI) and personal airport operators shouldn’t cancel any departure and parking slots allotted to the corporate.
The airline additionally needs gas suppliers to proceed provide for plane operations and never terminate the current contractual preparations.
Go First has cancelled all flights until Could 12.
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