Pack your bags! Domestic Airlines to start operations from 25 May at one-third of the capacity. All airports & air carriers are being informed to be ready for operations from 25th May. There is no word yet on international flights.
Hardeep Singh Puri aviation minister told that only one third of the capacity of airlines will be approved. There will be a lower and upper price limit that will stay till 24 August.
Some days before IRCTC also announced of 200 trains to run from june.
Aviation ministry has issued guidelines for airlines and air travel, it will impact the flying experience by a great deal. The guidelines will ensure on the key of physical distancing.
No in flight meal will served for passengers and people have to wear face mask. Also they people have to reach airport two hours before departure.
The reopening of flights is a good sign for easing the financial burden of the nation wide lockdown of two months. Economic growth in Fiscal year 2021 may go in negative as per economists. Airlines and aviation comes in the most hit sectors by covid-19 outbreak.
“I am fully confident, once the pandemic is over, the sector will be back on robust growth. Our ambition is to gradually take it to the number one market in the world,” Hardeep Singh Puri said.
In the initial stage passengers have to carry maximum one hand baggage and one checked in baggage as per the specifications by the airline.
India suspended all flights since 25 March when first lockdown was imposed. Since then it has extended three times. The fourth phase will run til 31 May.