Published on : Saturday, March 7, 2020
Jazeera Airways is taking additional precautionary measures to provide the safety and wellbeing of its passengers.
Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Kochi to the Middle East, Central Asia and Europe is connected by the airline.
Passengers from 10 countries including India, the Kuwait government had imposed restrictions on the entry of passengers which required them to undergo complete medical examination with a PCR test to obtain a certificate from the health centres. This was approved by the Kuwait Embassy after they got free from coronavirus before entering the nation and the order was rescinded.
Jazeera Airways CEO, Rohit Ramachandran, said that the health and safety of their passengers and crew is a priority for Jazeera Airways. In view of the Coronavirus outbreak they have introduced an enhanced anti-viral cleaning regime throughout Terminal 5 and on all their aircraft.
A detailed cleaning process took place on the Jazeera Airways and the process has been stepped up considering the outbreak of coronavirus.
A new Aircraft Disinefction Program has been introduced which involves spraying the cabins everyday.
Every two weeks the aircraft is fumigated through high pressure disinfection sprays on the seats and throughout the cabin.
The on-board filtration systems will be replaced frequently, there will be constant airflow to ensure that the cabin air is refreshed every 90 minutes throughout the flight.
There are personal protective medical face masks and gloves for the grew and passengers can remain germ free by using anti-bacterial hand sanitizer pumps to help passengers remain germ free.
Every four hours in Terminal 5 at Kuwait Airport cleaning is carried out on all surfaces.
Ramachandran went on saying that they were closely following advice from the Kuwait authorities and also IATA (International Air Transport Association) to provide the right protection to enable our passengers to travel safely with them.