Around 8.25 p.m. on Monday, the airline’s handle tweeted the lines like “Amazing” and “Great Job”
The low-cost carrier Go First’s Twitter account was hacked on Monday, according to a media statement released by the company.
The airline said in a statement, “GO FIRST would like to inform you that the airline’s official Twitter account has been compromised,”
It added “All the concerned teams are investigating the matter to restore and gain control at the earliest. Our team is working closely with Twitter to address the issue,”
A data breach at Air India last year exposed the personal information of 4.5 million customers. This incident happened after the hacking attack on Air India’s passenger service system provider SITA.
The Twitter account of Go First’s low-cost competitor IndiGo was hacked in 2017.