82 flights canceled on first day, domestic airlines start today

New Delhi: Domestic airlines started across the country from Monday after a two-month long lockdown. A total of 243 flights are to be operated from Indira Gandhi International Airport today, out of which 118 are coming while 125 are from here. A total of 82 flights to Mumbai and Kolkata etc. have been canceled in these flights. Explain that the Airports Authority of India had already issued a Standard Operating Protocol (SOP) for all airports so that certain precautions and regulations are strictly followed. At the same time, a guideline has been issued by the Union Health Ministry and it has been advised that no passengers should be given entry in the airport if they have symptoms of novel corona virus.

Tapan Sen, a resident of Baldogra West Bengal from IGI Airport, was to leave for an Air Asia flight from Delhi at 9.25 am. After coming to Delhi from Jammu at six in the morning, it was found that his flight was canceled. At six in the morning, there were 50 people whose flight was canceled. Full physical arrangements have been made at the airport.

On the very first day, 82 flights were canceled from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI Airport) of the national capital today. There is anger among the passengers regarding this. They have complained that the airlines canceled the flights without any prior notice. In this order, due to lack of agreement with the state government on the issue of quarantine, flights to Bengal and Andhra Pradesh will start from Tuesday.

Hindon Airport is also going to start air flight on Monday evening. At 4:45 pm, the aircraft will fly to Hubli carrying 17 passengers from Hindon. Preparations are on since Monday morning to start the air journey from Hindon Civil Terminal. The entire complex is sanitized. Rules have been made for travelers. Thermal screening of all will be done in the campus. Air travel will be allowed only after general health check-up. At the same time, all passengers will be quarantined for 14 days after arriving at the destination.

Separate entrances for different airlines have been made from Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport to different places in the country. Along with this, food stalls have also been opened for the passengers. Under the restored airline, the first flight from New Delhi to Pune in Maharashtra departed at 4.45 am today, while the first flight was made at Ahmedabad Airport in Gujarat at 7.45 am. Please tell that till ten o'clock in the morning, the landing of seven planes from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai took place at Delhi Airport.