After weathering the turbulent times of pandemic-triggered travel restrictions, Go Airlines is all set to launch its IPO in a new avatar. As a part of the turnaround plan, the Wadia Group-owned ultra-low-cost carrier, earlier known as Go Air, has rebranded itself as Go First. Over the last three years, the airline, like the rest of the aviation sector, has been consistently facing rough weather. Even in the first half of FY22, the company made a loss of ₹923 crore on account of higher fuel and maintenance costs. But with travel restrictions being eased, the airline will be hoping to scale new heights.