New Delhi: Another reward has been added to the list for Indian athletics. On Sunday, Go First and Star Air offered free travel to all the six Olympic medalist Indian athletes and the men’s hockey team.
Go First, in its statement, said, “It offers free tickets to all the six Olympic medalists as well as to the men’s hockey team for the next five years.”
Moreover, India’s youngest aviation company Star Air CEO Simran Singh Tiwana, said, “We want to salute the hard work and dedication of the Olympic Medalists Indian athletes and the men’s hockey team by offering them free life time travel. It will be an honor to serve them on-board.”
India finished its maneuver at this year’s Tokyo Olympics with one gold, two silvers, and four bronze.
Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra earned gold on Saturday, becoming the only second Indian to win an individual gold in the Olympics.
Earlier, IndiGo had announced that it would offer him unlimited free travel for one year.
Moreover, Silver medalist Mirabai Chanu (weight-lifting), Bronze medalist P.V. Sindhu (Badminton), bronze medalist Lovlina Borgohain (boxing), the men’s hockey team who won a bronze medal, silver medalist Ravi Kumar Dahiya (Wrestling) and bronze medalist Bajrang Punia are the other Tokyo Olympics winners offered free travel by the aviation companies