In an effort to get well from the results of the worldwide outbreak of the Corona virus, India's aviation and tourism trade is looking for assist from the federal government to mitigate the monetary impression of the epidemic. The Association of Private Airport Operators has written a letter to the Ministry of Civil Aviation looking for a package deal to satisfy the excessive bills incurred to forestall the unfold of illness reminiscent of screening of passengers and disinfection.
It has additionally requested for imposition of 'nominal passenger comfort charge' on airline tickets to cowl the extra price. In a letter to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the APAO acknowledged that the commerce impression of the corono virus epidemic for India is estimated at $ 348 million and is the best among the many prime 5 economies within the nation. <! –
The APAO stated the autumn in passenger site visitors has additionally impacted non-aero revenues reminiscent of meals and beverage gross sales. The affiliation stated, "To ensure compliance with the government order on screening passengers, deployment of manpower at airports is required as well as spending on various items such as masks, sanitizers and floor cleaners."
Due to the Kovid-19 outbreak, the Indian authorities has banned the entry of foreigners until 15 April. The tourism trade has additionally been affected by this. Tourism committee chairman Subhash Goel in ASSOCHAM additionally urged the federal government to arrange a package deal for the tourism trade to 'save jobs and our economic system from collapsing with out compromising on security and preventive measures'.