SpiceJet Introduces New Safety Procedures for Domestic Flights

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The second-largest airline of India, SpiceJet operated its first flight after 2 months of a long period. Since the government announced the lockdown period to combat Covid-19, SpiceJet banned its domestic and international operations. However, the government lifted the restriction from domestic operations and has allowed airlines to fly in domestic routes. SpiceJet operated its first flight post restriction period from Ahmedabad to Delhi which took-off at 6.05 AM and landed at 7.10 AM. The airline's cabin staff followed all the safety procedures inside the aircraft to ensure the safety of passengers. All the onboard team were equipped with safer kits, and the entire cabin crew has a new style statement to protect its passengers and ensure a comfortable and risk-free air travel.

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SpiceJet Domestic Aircraft Have Synthetic Leather Seats

To ensure complete safety of the passengers, all the SpiceJet domestic flights being used are following all the safety procedures which the government has asked for a safer journey. But SpiceJet is personally making sure that everyone inside the aircraft is safe and enjoy their journey. SpiceJet has replaced the standard fabric seats and switched them with synthetic leather seats which won’t allow the deadly virus to get inside the fabric. Not only this, but SpiceJet is also using the best disinfecting techniques. All the high-contact surfaces are being disinfected by the carrier to ensure a safer journey.

SpiceJet Cabin Crew is Equipped with Safety Kits

SpiceJet Cabin Crew has been switched with new avatars. The entire cabin crew has been directed to wear safety kits and avoid physical interaction with the passengers. Extending the safety procedures, all the food and beverages services have been temporarily suspended in all SpiceJet domestic flights. Also, passengers will not be allowed to consume eatables inside the flight. Since social distancing is the new normal, SpiceJet has just 50 % workforce in its airport coaches. To avoid physical interaction, passengers have also been instructed to go for web check-in to avoid long waiting lines at the airport. In the entire journey, all the passengers will have to wear surgical masks, and they will not be allowed to remove it. Also, passengers are advised to use sanitizers on a frequent basis to stay away from the clutches of the deadly virus.

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