(CNN) — As the scourge of manspreading manspreads around the planet, one airline is taking steps to protect its women passengers.
Upon arrival, Vistara staff will be available at baggage reclaim to offer assistance to female travelers with luggage. Staff will also be on hand to help women book airport-authorized taxis.
A woman in India's Qutub Minar, a UNESCO World Heritage site in New Delhi.
The airline claims the project celebrates women and encourages them to expand their horizons -- and feel comfortable doing so.
Vistara says it plans to expand beyond India in the near future -- and intends to provide this service on international flights.
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Indian women travel in the metro carriage reserved for women in New Delhi.
However the country has a problematic international reputation when it comes to women's safety, due to a slew of violent crimes.
In an effort to tackle the problem, the country has introduced train carriages and buses reserved for women and children only.
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