New Delhi. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is analyzing the special audit report of troubled airline GoFirst. A senior official gave this information on Tuesday. The airline’s flights are currently grounded and the company is facing insolvency proceedings. Cash-strapped GoFirst had suspended operations on May 3 after 17 years of operations. The DGCA had conducted a special audit from July 4 to 6 to check the preparations related to the resumption of Go First operations. This included the Mumbai and Delhi units of the airline. Meanwhile, the legal battle between GoFirst and its aircraft lessors continues in the Delhi High Court. After DGCA completes an audit of grounded Go-First aircraft from July 4 to 6 in Mumbai and Delhi, it is analyzing the special audit report. The special audit is focused on safety-related aspects as well as on physical verification of the arrangements made for the resumption of… — ANI (@ANI) July 11, 2023 Will be important in terms of ongoing proceedings under the Code. After considering the audit report and other aspects, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation will take a decision on approving the revival plan of GoFirst. Also read Meanwhile, GoFirst’s resolution professional on Monday invited expressions of interest from potential bidders for the airline. As per the public notice, the last date for submission of expression of interest is August 9. The final list of potential applicants will be released on August 19.