The 21 days lockdown has affected the economy of the country with millions affected and even after the lockdown, we are still unable to prevent the wide spread of the coronavirus is in India.
In order to reframe the affected economy government is trying every bit to keep up with a pace so that no one will be affected in post lockdown.
Soon after the lockdown is lifted airports will resume its services, commercial airlines will start to function. IndiGo Airlines made a big announcement that the aircraft will stop in-flight meal service for a brief period and will fill the maximum 50 per cent seats in airport buses, airline’s CEO Ronojoy Dutta said on Friday.
“In situations like these, companies do not manage to growth or profitability but to liquidity. That means our singular focus is on cash flow. We are examining all our fixed costs and looking for ways to minimize them,” he said.
“We have always been very safety conscious and now we must be health-conscious as well. With this in mind, we are looking at changing many of our operating procedures. The new set of procedures has not been finalized yet.
“But we will deep clean our aircraft more frequently, we will be discontinuing meal service for a brief period and we will run our coaches at a maximum load of 50% capacity. We will be coming out with the new set of operating procedures very soon,” Dutta said in an email to employees on Friday.