COVID-19: Number Of Air Passengers Increases After Resumption Of On-Board Meals


New Delhi (India): As the number of people travelling by air increases gradually after the government allowed the on-board meal, the crew members of Air India are adhering to Standard Operating Protocols (SOPs) and guidelines pertaining to the novel coronavirus.

Speaking to ANI, Ashmeet, an Air India hostess the crew members wear PPE kits and change gloves/masks after each service.

“The numbers of passengers have slightly increased after the government allowed onboard meals and they are 100 per cent safe. Middle seat passengers are given a gown and all are given face shields, gloves, masks and hand sanitiser. The crew wears PPE kits and changes gloves/masks after each service,” Ashmeet told ANI.

“The flights are flying with almost full capacity. We are adhering to all guidelines. There are challenges, but we are ensuring the safety of passengers. We ensure that there remains adherence to guidelines. They need to show the Aarogya Setu App before boarding the plane. They need to undergo thermal scanning. Air India is ensuring the safety of its staff and passengers,” she added.