Indonesia’s state-run airline also wore a mask to raise awareness about the global corona virus.
Indonesia’s state-run airline Garuda Indonesia has painted masks on five of its planes to raise awareness about the corona virus.
Garuda Indonesia has painted a blue rink mask on the front of its planes to support the government’s “Let’s Wear a Mask” campaign.
These aircraft provide domestic as well as overseas flights to Singapore and Japan.
According to reports, 60 people on 5 planes of Garuda Indonesia have painted these masks in 120 hours.