Monday, May 25, 2020

SpiceJet cabin crew back in new avatar as flight operations resume after 2-month long hiatus

SpiceJet resumed its domestic passenger flight operations on May 25 after a two month-long lockdown. SpiceJet’s first flight took-off from Ahmedabad to Delhi at today at 6.05 am and arrived in the Capital at 7.10 am. Soon after, flights on other sectors took-off in a seamless manner. What is important here is that the airline took all precautions to ensure safety of everyone from the coronavirus threat in the plane's confined interior. This has meant jettisoning the crisp uniforms of earlier times and taking to safer kits. Yes, Spicejet cabin crew is back in a new avatar!
Some of the sectors that SpiceJet will be operating on the first day include Delhi-Bengaluru, Delhi-Pune, Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Guwahati, Ahmedabad-Delhi, Delhi–Patna, Mumbai–Bengaluru, Chennai–Bengaluru, Varanasi–Jaipur, Bengaluru–Pune, Delhi–Srinagar, Udaipur–Ahmedabad, Jammu–Srinagar, Chennai–Madurai, Hyderabad–Jharsuguda, Hyderabad-Surat among others.
Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet said, “SpiceJet is back to where it belongs! We are delighted to have resumed our flight operations in a completely smooth and seamless manner and by following every safety guideline and protocol laid down by the government. I thank all stakeholders for their cooperation. This indeed is a new beginning in the lives of everyone associated with airlines, including passengers who have been eagerly waiting to return home.”
In line with its commitment to provide the highest level of healthy, safe and secure flying experience with minimal contact of its passengers and staff, SpiceJet ensured all the social distancing norms and Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) laid down by the government were strictly adhered to.
25/05/20 ZeeBiz

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