New Delhi: Given growing concerns about the country’s corona virus outbreak, Indigo announced on Friday (March 20, 2020) that its domestic plan for the next few weeks had been reduced.
Indigo made a statement: “IndiGo, India’s largest airline, has reduced its domestic flight schedule to meet market demand in the coming weeks.”
In the meantime, the airline said Indigo will operate 60% of its domestic flight schedule on Sunday, the day Janata Curfew was observed in India, as announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to meet people’s urgent needs.
“On Sunday, March 22, the airline will operate approximately 60% of its normal domestic flight schedule, according to the Janata curfew announced by the Prime Minister on March 19, to meet those who have urgent travel requirements that day.” ‘Read the explanation.
Indigo has also given its passengers the opportunity to make changes to their travel plans on the day of Janata’s curfew by setting up a Plan B platform on their website.
The airline will reduce 25% of domestic travel in India and has suspended most of its international flights due to government regulations to stop foreign travelers from entering the country by March 31, 2020.
In response to the travel warning issued by the Indian government after the Corona virus broke out, Indigo said: “In the future, most of our international flights will respond to the various travel restrictions imposed globally, as domestic flights are reduced we are reducing our domestic activities in India initially by about 25%. In this fluid situation, IndiGo will continuously review operations to adjust capacity to meet demand. ”
All airlines across India are making changes, especially for the curfew on March 22nd. GoAir Airlines has suspended the entire flight due to Janata’s curfew, which is an initiative to pursue social detachment during the deadly virus outbreak.