Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri wrote in a tweet that the Ministry of Civil Aviation makes it clear that no decision has been taken to open operations of domestic or international flights yet. In his tweet, he has also written that airlines are advised to open their booking only after the government decides in this regard.
As some airlines started booking flight tickets ahead of May 4, the Civil Aviation Ministry has once again made it clear that no decision has been taken to open domestic or international air operations yet. That is, no flights are going to start in India at the moment. This matter has been tweeted by Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Puri.
In his tweet, Hardeep Singh Puri has written that the Ministry of Civil Aviation makes it clear that no decision has been taken to open domestic or international operations yet. In his tweet, he has also written that airlines are advised to open their booking only after the government decides in this regard.
Significantly, some air line companies were booking tickets for the period after lockdown. Not only this, the government airline company Air India also started booking domestic flights from May 4 and international flights from June 1.
Already said …. will it take a long time?
In the early days of April when the first lockdown was just a few days away, the Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on similar matters that once it is believed that the corona virus infection has come under control, then India In India, the ban on domestic and international commercial passenger flights will be lifted, meaning it will take time.
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Minister Hardeep Singh Puri at the time wrote on Twitter, ‘Domestic and international flights have been affected due to the nationwide lockdown, this is causing problems to the passengers. I thank him for his support and help in this difficult time.