Indigo To Offer Pre-Covid-19 Test To Passengers In Partnership With Stemz Healthcare

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Low-cost airline IndiGo on Monday notify a partnership with Stemz Healthcare to provide passengers pre-flight COVID-19 checks in India and nations where the airline operates.

“Customers can opt for a home visit or choose a lab visit with over 200+ collection centers in India. The (testing) service is also available in other countries including UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia,” IndiGo’s press launch acknowledged.

To book a test, passengers can take appointments on-line on IndiGo website by the use of a co-branded URL net web page based totally on their journey date, the launched well-known.

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“As per travel guidelines, several states and countries require a COVID-19 RT-PCR test to be undertaken within a stipulated time frame before a customer boards a flight”, acknowledged, Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo.

Stemz Healthcare is probably going one of many largest aggregators of ICMR accredited laboratories for COVID-19 RT-PCR checks in India, the press launch further well-known.

Scheduled worldwide flights have been suspended in India since March 23 on account of coronavirus-triggered lockdown. However, specific worldwide passenger flights have been working in India below Vande Bharat Mission since May and below bilateral air bubble preparations formed between India and distinct nations since July.

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India started scheduled house passenger flights on May 25 after a distinct segment of two months on account of coronavirus pandemic.

Indigo is probably going one of many largest airways inside the nation in relation to market share and fleet measurement. With a market share of 59.4% inside the Indian industrial aviation market, and a mind-boggling fleet of better than 280 aircraft and 627 on order. Maintaining the standing of a low-cost service, the airline simply operates with Airbus A320s, A321, and ATR-72 aircraft. The low-cost airline operates better than 1500 flights a day on better than 87 areas in India and a

[Attribution ABP News]

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