Covid-19 is almost affecting every industry in the entire world. More than 1,20,000 cases have been registered in which nearly 62 cases have been recorded in India. Domestic aviation is also facing massive distress due to the virus outbreak. In order to cope with the situation, Air India lifted Indian students who were studying in Wuhan Universities. Also, other airlines such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara and many others are taking extraordinary measures to fight the deadly virus. In a recent statement made by SpiceJet, the carrier has noted that flight travel is safe in India as the airline is taking all the necessary precautions which will ensure a comfortable and worry-free journey to passengers.
SpiceJet Members are Equipped with PPE Mask and Gloves
As per the sources, SpiceJet officials get in direct contact with passengers at the time of check-in, boarding and entire flight boarding process, so they are advised to use sanitizers regularly. Not only this, SpiceJet crew-members, aircraft members are also equipped with PPE masks and gloves to ensure their safety from Covid-19. To ensure maximum security, all international flights operated by SpiceJet is being extensively cleaned during the night halt.
Airlines are Reducing Fares of Flight Tickets
In order to survive the financial distress caused by Covid-19, Airlines have slashed the flight tickets even on the busiest and famous destinations. Currently, flight departing from Mumbai and flying to Delhi terminal has been recorded with the lowest last-minute fare of Rs 5,000. Also, flight flying from Mumbai to Kochi and Delhi to Bengaluru has been marked with a last-minute fare of Rs 5,000 and Rs 6,700 respectively. The coronavirus outbreak is disrupting the Indian aviation industry. However, all the domestic airlines are operating with maximum efficiency and taking all the necessary steps to fight back the deadly virus.