Coronavirus Outbreak: After IndiGo, GoAir offers its aircraft, crew, airport staff to govt for emergency services

'  Go air explained on Friday it's provided authorities its aircraft carrier, airport and crew workers to execute emergency products and companies along with repatriation of taxpayers, two weeks later after a second cheap provider IndiGo manufactured a corresponding deal.

India suspended national passenger flights out of mid night 24 March and international flights out of 1.30 AM on 2-3 March.

All-cargo flights may operate just as standard, as stated by the aviation operator DGCA while there's just really actually a ban on domestic and international passenger flights from the nation.
Representational picture.  Reuters

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DGCA is to provide consent to operate flights with their own passenger airplane using freight inside their gut.
"Go-air has now already reached outside into the Ministry of Civil Aviation as well as also the DGCA and made available its own services while within the aftermath of the comprehensive lock-down on the other side of the world," the airline said in a media launch.

Coronavirus Out-break Go-air supplies its own aircraft, team and airport personnel to govt for crisis providers

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