Go First is the aviation foray of India’s Wadia Group, which is a part of one of the oldest conglomerates in India with presence in diversified industries. It is a low-cost carrier (LCC) that aims to make air travel affordable and accessible to the masses. Go First was incorporated on April 29, 2004, and commenced flight operations in November 2005 with its inaugural flight from Mumbai to Ahmedabad.
The company proposes to utilise the net proceeds towards funding of the following objects:
Listing at NSE, BSE
|IPO Open Date||To be announced|
|IPO Close Date||To be announced|
|Allotment Date||To be announced|
|Initiation Of Refunds||To be announced|
|Credit Of Shares To
|To be announced|
|IPO Listing Date||To be announced|
|UPI Mandate Expiry Date||To be announced|
|Financial Year||Total Assets||Total Income||Total Expenses||Profit After Tax|
|March FY2020||Rs. 1,40,820.3||Rs. 72,580.1||Rs. 91,617.3||Rs. (12,707.4)|
|March FY2019||Rs. 1,11,342.8||Rs. 59,367.5||Rs. 68,459.4||Rs. (3,866.0)|
|March FY2018||Rs. 75,535.4||Rs. 46,011.5||Rs. 47,043.6||Rs. (312.1)|
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