Thursday, July 23, 2020

GoAir launches GoMore scheme to book adjacent seat for social distancing

Mumbai: Budget carrier GoAir on Wednesday launched GoMore scheme, which will allow passengers to book adjacent seat on the same PNR in order to maintain social distancing amid the pandemic.
Besides, the city-based airline also announced the launch ''Online Doctor Consultation'' facility in association with MFine, an on-demand healthcare platform.

The Wadia Group-promoted GoAir is the third domestic carrier after Vistara and IndiGo to come out with such an offer, wherein the passenger will have to shell out additional cost for a safe air travel.

The Supreme Court on June 26 had ordered that the airlines in the country will not have to keep the middle seat vacant. The apex court held that airlines had followed adequate safety measures to ensure safety of passengers during COVID-19 pandemic.

"GoAir today launched two initiatives that will provide deep confidence to passengers when they plan their travel. The airline has introduced GoMore wherein passengers can book another adjacent seat on the same PNR in order to provide additional safety.

"Also with the launch of online doctor consultation, GoAir passengers will have instant access to over 3,000 doctors across more than 500 hospitals network on a beck and call by just paying consultation fee of Rs 99," the airline said in a release.
22/07/20 PTI/Outlook
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