Go First is still working to restore its official Twitter account, which was hacked, according to the reports. The hacking of the account was discovered on September 14th. The account has over 2 lakh followers.
According to the report, the official stated that work is being done to restore the account and that there are no problems with its IT systems.
The airline said in a statement on Wednesday that its Twitter account had been compromised.
Go First most recent tweet was on September 13
“To make your journey smooth and flavorful, we’ve added a variety of yummy, healthy, and irresistible delicacies to our in-flight offerings.” Have you tried them yet? “Book now: https://bit.ly/3DoOGou”the airline announced on Twitter
This is the second time the handle has been compromised this year. The airline’s Twitter account was also compromised in January of this year. Last month, Akasa Air experienced a data breach that allowed unauthorised people to access some customer data.
Meanwhile, according to the aviation watchdog DGCA, over 97 lakh domestic passengers flew in July. It stated that IndiGo, the largest airline in India, carried 57.11 lakh passengers in July, accounting for 58.8% of the domestic market.
According to information provided by the DGCA, Vistara carried 10.13 lakh passengers and Air India carried 8.14 lakh passengers in July of this year.
The data showed that in July, Go First, SpiceJet, AirAsia India, and Alliance Air transported 7.95 lakh, 7.76 lakh, 4.42 lakh, and 1.12 lakh passengers, respectively.
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