"Despite the low risk of exposure, we want you to feel confident when traveling with GoAir.
As a result, we have enhanced some of our cleaning procedures in the interest of our customers' and employees' health and safety," GoAir
said in a communication to passengers. "We have equipped all employees with disinfectants, sanitizers, gloves and other protective equipment, particularly for those who engage directly with customers. Education on WHO guidelines and training to our employees is ongoing, " the airline added.
said its ground staff have been advised to use sanitisers, employees entering the aircraft have been provided masks and gloves and regular disinfection of aircraft is being carried out to control the spread of disease. " During night halt extensive deep cleaning of aircraft is being done," its said.
Quoting the WHO, the airline said it is safe to travel by air. " India is one of the least affected countries with less than 100 confirmed coronavirus
cases and zero death in a population of over 135 crore," SpiceJet said in its email.