GO FIRST ANNOUNCES SPECIAL OFFERS FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY AND RAKSHA BANDHAN
Passengers stand a chance to win free holidays to Goa and Maldives
Mumbai, August 12, 2021: GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) will commemorate Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan this year by introducing exciting offers for customers. Passengers stand a chance to win an all-inclusive paid holiday for two to Goa and Maldives. Those flying on August 15 and August 22 will also get a slew of in-flight gifts.
Passengers flying GO FIRST on August 15 stand a chance to win an all-inclusive paid holiday to Goa for 2 Couples. This includes return flight (direct sector), 2N/3D stay at one of Goa's beach resorts, Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia, airport transfers, breakfast and dinner. Passengers flying on August 22 can win an all-inclusive paid holiday to the Maldives for a couple that includes return flight (direct sector), 3N/4D stay at undersea residence at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island , seaplane airport transfers, breakfast and dinner. Additionally, the couple will be eligible for a free international prepaid SIM card from Matrix during their stay at Maldives.
Speaking on the initiative Mr Kaushik Khona, Chief Executive Officer, GO FIRST, said: “This is a special year for all Indians as we enter the 75th year of our Independence. We take immense pride in our freedom and we want to commemorate it with our passengers this year. Raksha Bandhan holds a special place in the heart of every Indian and this year GO FIRST will celebrate the festival with our passengers and make them feel special. To mark these occasions we have introduced various celebratory activities and offers, in line with our YOU FIRST philosophy.”
As India enters the 75th year of Independence, GO FIRST will mark the occasion by distributing sweets, savouries and beverage to all passengers on August 15. Passenger seated in 15 A will get a special gift from The Good Life Company, popularly known as TGL Co. The gift is a green tea rich in anti-oxidants with a zing of Lemon which we believe detoxifies the body and revives the mind.
Similarly, to celebrate the special day between brothers and sisters on Raksha Bandhan, the carrier will extend giveaways, rakhis and chocolates to children. All passengers will also be given a giveaway.
GO FIRST is known for its customer service and the various initiatives under its YOU FIRST philosophy are a testament to its customer-centricity.
About GO FIRST:
Founded as GoAir, GO FIRST, which was recently rebranded from GO AIR, is the aviation foray of 285-year-old Wadia Group that comprises leading brands including 150-year-old Bombay Burmah, 140-year-old Bombay Dyeing, 102-year-old Britannia Ltd., 67-year-old National Peroxide Limited, a nine-year-old Bombay Realty.
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