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IndiGo transports a heart from Vadodara to Mumbai in 2.5 hours, saving lives

In less than two and a half hours, the Indigo Airlines team securely delivered a live heart . From The operating theatre of Vadodara hospital to Global Hospitals in Mumbai. A three-hour time limit set for transporting this living organ to the hospital. Last week, this airline successfully transported a donated heart. The CEO Ronojoy Dutta commended the team on their achievement. He stated that the company thrilled to be able to contribute to this life-saving work.

Vadodara to Dil Mumbai reached in two hours 20 minutes

The Indigo Airlines staff tasked with transferring a donated live heart from Vadodara to Mumbai. This low-cost airline has done an excellent job. This team of airlines had to deliver this live heart to Global Hospital, in Mumbai within a stipulated period of three hours. Indigo Airlines demonstrated speed by arriving in Mumbai in 2 hours and 22 minutes. This donated heart was retrieved in the operation theatre of Vadodara by a team of specialists from Global Hospital, Mumbai Parel. And then transferred to Mumbai Global Hospital to save a life by transplanting it there.

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The Global Hospital staff also thanked the Indigo Airlines personnel for making this delicate transplant possible. He complimented IndiGo Security Manager Manoj Dalvi in Mumbai. Ramchandra Dwivedi in Ahmedabad for coordinating and aiding the transplant crew. Anoop Lawrence, Senior GM Operations, Global Hospital. On the other side, stated, “We are happy to have a secure, fast, and easy transfer of this essential living organ to Mumbai in conjunction with Indigo. He went on to say to team has always amazed him with its quick preparation and attitude.

Indigo CEO is also happy with the team

We thrilled to support the Global Hospitals team in timely transportation of a living organ (heart) to the recipient through safe and efficient logistics,” stated Ronojoy Dutta, CEO of IndiGo. Every life is valuable,and although IndiGo appreciates the opportunity to help save one of them. I would also like to thank our airport workers in Vadodara and Mumbai. As well as the crew members who participated to this endeavour.”

It is important noting that IndiGo only recently assisted in delivering the lungs from Pune to Hyderabad.

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