Category Aviation

Emirates Goes Paperless: Phasing Out Boarding Passes for Dubai Departures from May 15

Emirates Boarding Passes
Emirates will require most passengers departing Dubai to use mobile boarding passes instead of printed paper versions, starting from May 15. This initiative aims to reduce paper waste while providing a convenient and speedy check-in experience. Passengers can access their mobile boarding passes via email, SMS, or the Emirates App, and use them throughout their journey, from Dubai Duty Free to boarding the aircraft.

Go First to Resume Flight Services by May 24th with Reduced Schedule and Smaller Fleet

Go First Aircraft
Go First, the low-cost carrier, is planning to restart its flight services on May 24th, with a smaller operation. The airline has been granted protection under a moratorium by the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) from recovery by lessors and lenders. This comes after Go First became the first Indian airline to voluntarily seek bankruptcy protection to renegotiate contracts and debt.

Go First Granted Bankruptcy Protection By Indian Tribunal

Go First Airline (1)
The National Company Law Tribunal has granted Go First Airlines bankruptcy protection as the low-cost carrier attempts to revive itself. While this is positive news for Go First, foreign lessors looking to repossess their planes will face challenges. Pratt & Whitney, the engine maker, has denied Go First's claims about faulty engines without evidence.