Common Flight Operations to renew from January 2021 says Civil Aviation Minister
At a recent B-School meeting in India, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said the resumption of flights would be the same as before the coronavirus epidemic in the world. It could start again at the end of December 2020 or early January 2021 the minister said.
Mr Puri also said that the airport was reopened on May 25 with a two-month closure and was assisting about 30,000 passengers a day. The figure shot 2.25 lakh riders as a result of the Deepavali festival.
He also said that airlines are operating 70% and passengers are allowed in lesser ways and are planning plans to use 80% and by the end of December 2020 or early January 2021 the normal segment of flights will resume.
According to Puri, once the war aircraft is operating in the country, one has to enforce security regulations. In the meantime, flights from the UK, USA, and Japan are continuing to and from under new air travel arrangements.
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