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Mumbai: MakeMy Trip, the leading online travel platform has announced its partnership with Meru Cabs, to provide Sanitised cab service to travellers across all major airports in the country.

Both companies through this partnership aim to offer a seamless, end-to-end contactless travel experience to passengers from a single platform. Hygiene and safety of passengers will remain the prime focus, MakeMy Trip said in a statement.

Strict Hygiene procedures to be followed will include Ozone Sanitization to help control the spread of bacteria within the cab, Air-protect Barrier sheet between rider and the driver, availability of alcohol-based hand sanitizers in the car.

“Through this partnership, we are confident of addressing one of the most real concerns of travellers during this difficult time, that of their safety. The partnership will help us provide a seamless and safe experience and takes one big worry away for our users who are flying, by helping them pre-book their airport transfers,” MakeMyTrip Chief Business Officer – Ground Transport, Parikshit Choudhury said.

With its exemplary safety standards for both riders and drivers, this partnership will help prioritise travellers’ health and safety at all times of their journey, he said.

“Meru has always put its best foot forward when it comes to ride safety and reliability. During this challenging time, we have implemented seven-tier safety measures in order to provide safe ride experience to our passengers, driver-partners and also our ground staff,” Parikshit added.

With this partnership, Meru complements MakeMyTrip by providing safe and sanitised ultra-hygienic cab services to all passengers travelling to and from the airport, Meru Mobility Tech COO Sandeep Dongre said.

To offer a safe environment to air travellers, MakeMyTrip is also working with airline partners to elevate safety standards at various travel touchpoints.

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