On Sunday, ‘Go Air’ on the day of ‘Janata Curfew’ has voluntarily announced the cancellation of all its flights. Indigo will operate only 60 percent of domestic flights. In his address to the nation on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called upon people to take public curfew between coronavirus from 7 am to 9 pm on Sunday, after which Go Air and Indigo took the decision.
“The company has decided to voluntarily cancel all its flights on Sunday, March 22 in support of the proposed Janata Curfew by Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” Go Air said on Friday. However, the airlines did not say anything about the refund of the tickets booked.
After Go Air and Indigo, Vistara also announced to cut its domestic flights on Sunday. “The public will cancel their flights on March 22 in the wake of curfew,” the airline spokesman said. Passengers affected by the cancellation of flights will be contacted at the earliest,” Indigo said, “In view of the Janata Curfew, it will operate only 60 percent of domestic flights. The coronavirus has led to a decrease in demand for the airline. In view of that, currently reducing the domestic flights by 25 percent.
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