Hello people!! today , we are going to tell you an interesting series of tweets exchanged between various renowned airlines of India .
As we all know that in the middle of this COVID-19 epidemic all are safe at home . As part of the restrictions, commercial rail travel, metros and interstate movement have been stopped till April 14. People have been asked to stay at home. In some high-risk hotspots, citizens are not allowed to step out of their houses to buy even essential items such as groceries and vegetables.
IndiGo, India’s largest private airline, which started the light-hearted conversation by poking fun at Vistara.
“Hey @airvistara, not #flyinghigher these days we heard?” IndiGo said in a tweet that used the hashtag #StayingParkedStayingSafe that was used by others who would join the conversation.
“Flying higher” is the catchphrase Vistara uses in its publicity campaign.
Now, Vistara invited GoAir to join the conversation. It’s tweet read: “No @IndiGo6E, these days being on-ground is a wonderful thing. Flying would not be the ‘smart’ choice, what say @goairlinesindia? #StayingParkedStayingSafe“
Checkout the tweet below:
Now, Goair replied : “Totally, @airvistara! Staying home is the safe feeling! We can hardly wait till everyone takes to the skies, coz at the moment it’s not like #NowEveryoneCanFly right, @AirAsiaIndian?
“Now everyone can fly” is the slogan used by Malaysian low-cost airline, AirAsia.
It was then , AirAsia India who joined the conversation tagging SpiceJet using their catchphrase.
SpiceJet replied promptly: “@AirAsiaIndian, good to know our thoughts match, like our colours (read red)! Been a while since this bird flew out of her cage. But we’re happy creating a safer tomorrow, today! Right @DelhiAirport”.
In its reply, the Delhi airport said:
Netizens loved the thread of tweets , which definitely put a smile on the face of people. One of the netizen quoted “Nice thread of best #skyfriends,” says a Twitter user. “That’s a beautiful conversation indeed,” says another.
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