The Indian Government has decided to normalize domestic flights as the Covid-19 infection has been brought under control.
According to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the airlines will be able to provide domestic services at a normal pace from next Monday, October 16.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has also disclosed its readiness to restore the regular schedules for domestic air operations from 18th October, without any passenger capacity restriction.
According to The Daily Vendor Newspaper correspondent in India, the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation on Monday issued a statement lifting all restrictions on domestic flights.
It was gathered that from October 16, domestic flights services will be provided according to the schedule on which the aviation was operated before the Pandemic.
The airlines are also permitted to operate additional aircraft if they understand the demand.
The domestic and international flights have been disrupted since the Covid-19 epidemic broke out. For a long time all types of air services were completely closed in India.
The center is trying to gradually normalize air services as soon as there are indications of a reduction in corona infections. Corona (COVID-19) is very much under control at the moment.
Looking at the statistics from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday, it is understood that the number of infected people in one day is around 14,000. In the last 24 hours, 181 people have been killed in the country. And the number of patients who recovered from the Covid-19 in one day is 26,589.
The center is hopeful that the corona graph will go down further in the coming days. So it is important for air services to be normal to keep the economy afloat. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly.