Thursday, April 30, 2020

How airlines are modifying their services for post Covid-19 lockdown period

Despite no clear indications from the Centre on easing lockdown restrictions after May 3, some flight carriers in India are undertaking several measures to minimise the touchpoints of human contact on board flights post the lockdown period.

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had on April 19 directed airlines to stop taking bookings post the lockdown. Issuing a circular in this regard, the DGCA said that no decision has been taken to resume passenger flights from May 4 and that airlines should refrain from booking tickets.

Here's how diffeent airlines are preparing to resume operations post lockdown >>
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