Anand Mahindra shares pictures of future air travel, says it resembles the set of a sci-fi movie
The Mahindra Group boss took to social media to post images of the airline staff dressed in protective gears.
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The Mahindra Group Chairman on Tuesday took to social media to post two images of the airline staff dressed in protective, full-body garment, rubber gloves, surgical masks, head caps, and headgear to cover face.
In another image, the passengers were seen wearing masks, rubber gloves and IndiGo head-gears covering the face.
If you had shown me these photos just six months ago, I would have presumed they were taken on the sets of a scienc… https://t.co/OSNHyIsSXp— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) 1590467084000
The 65-year-old said that the pictures looked unreal. "If you had shown me these photos just six months ago, I would have presumed they were taken on the sets of a science fiction movie," he wrote in his caption.