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Ready to take migrant workers back home: IndiGo, SpiceJet & GoAir

March 30, 2020: As millions of migrant workers are stranded at many parts of the country due to the on-going 21-day lockdown, Indigo, SpiceJet and GoAir informed central government that they are ready to use their flights to take these people back home.

GoAir has reached out to the Ministry of Civil Aviation and offered its services to fly these workers and their families to the airports closest to their homes.
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GoAir has reached out to the Ministry of Civil Aviation and offered its services to fly these workers and their families to the airports closest to their homes.

March 30, 2020: As millions of migrant workers are stranded at many parts of the country due to the on-going 21-day lockdown, IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir informed central government that they are ready to use their flights to take these people back home.

“In response to their plight and after seeing scenes of workers trying to walk hundreds of kilometres home with their families including children, GoAir has reached out to the Ministry of Civil Aviation and offered its services to fly these workers and their families to the airports closest to their homes,” says the GoAir release.

All these airlines are already using their flights and freighters to transport essential medical items and evacuees to different parts of the country.

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