NEW DELHI: Ola Cabs on Tuesday, May 26 announced that its services have been resumed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport situated in New Delhi, as well as 21 other airports in the country. As the domestic flight services got functional again from this week.
The company said that a staff which has been specially trained will be stationed at the Delhi airport to carry out procedures like, temperature checks for drivers, car audits, fumigation before every pick up so that the customer can travel safely, without any fear of getting infected within the cab.
Other such staff members will also be in airports of Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai and so on to perform the checks in a similar manner in all the cities. Ola also mentioned that regular sanitising of cars and observing the temperature and health of the driver is a part of its initiative called "10 steps to a safer ride."
Anand Subramanian, in a statement mentioned, "ith the resumption of domestic flight operations in India, we look forward to serving citizens who need a safe and reliable option for airport trips. The safety of both passengers and driver-partners continues to be a top priority for us and we are committed to following the highest standards of safety and hygiene."
As the company's revenue decreased by 95% within 2 months, it had to lay off around 1,400 employees.