IndiGo mentioned on Friday that it will likely be working 60 per cent of its home flights on Sunday when ”Janta curfew” could be in power.
Furthermore, because the airline has seen discount in demand because of the pandemic, it will likely be working 25 per cent much less home flights for now.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged residents to watch Janta curfew by not going out of their properties from 7 am to 9 am on Sunday amid novel coronavirus pandemic.
“On Sunday, 22nd March, in keeping with the Janta curfew introduced by the Prime Minister on 19th March, the airline will probably be working roughly 60 per cent of its regular home schedule, with a view to accommodate these with pressing journey necessities on that day,” the airline mentioned.
“Going ahead, responding to the varied journey restrictions imposed worldwide, most of our worldwide flights are suspended and moreover, given the discount in home demand, we’re trimming our home India operations by roughly 25 per cent for now,” it added.
On this “fluid” state of affairs, IndiGo mentioned it’s going to frequently assessment operations to match capability to demand.