142 Indian passengers arriving from Iran to be transported to Government quarantine facility in Jodhpur.
- Last Updated: March 26, 2020, 11:09 AM IST
SpiceJet will function a particular flight between Delhi and Jodhpur on 29th March 2020 to facilitate transportation of 142 Indian passengers evacuated from COVID-19 hit Iran to a Government quarantine facility within the metropolis. The particular flight might be operated as per Government of India’s request and the airline will deploy its Boeing 737 plane for the task.
The flight will take off at IST 01:40 hrs from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport and land at Jodhpur airport at 02:55 hrs on March 29. In line with its safety-first method, SpiceJet will be certain that all the protection protocols laid down by the Government are strictly adhered to by all its crew members.
Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet, mentioned, “These are challenging times when mankind is facing an unprecedented crisis across the globe. SpiceJet is proud to operate this special flight to help our Government and our fellow citizens in a small way in this joint fight against coronavirus. We, at SpiceJet, stand committed to providing our services on each and every occasion of such national crisis and it will be our honour to assist in whatever way possible.”
The plane might be completely cleaned and fumigated upon its return to Delhi and SpiceJet will observe all of the protocols for its crew members.
SpiceJet has all the time been on the forefront in providing its companies throughout any nationwide emergency. In the previous, the airline operated 80 further flights lending a powerful hand to the rescue operations for passengers stranded as a result of Kerala deluge. In 2014, SpiceJet mounted further flights to Srinagar to airlift stranded passengers from the flood-hit state and likewise equipped aid materials. The airline additionally operated particular flights throughout Nepal earthquake.
This post was last modified on March 26, 2020 4:04 pm