Domestic Flights: Centre Issues Guidelines For Air Travel, States To Decide Quarantine Protocol


Indian skies have opened up for domestic passenger services from today, after a gap of nearly two months. The first flight was scheduled from Delhi to Pune, the civil aviation ministry has scheduled a few guidelines for those traveling across the states.

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Date: October 14, 2020

7 thoughts on “Domestic Flights: Centre Issues Guidelines For Air Travel, States To Decide Quarantine Protocol

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  2. Local flights can give ease of life to many stranded since 2 months.Simultaneous needs,demands are fulfilled,moving economy.

  3. Complete failure of maharashtra government….majority returning back home are testing positive for covid…I think total collapse of health care in maharashtra….please take some steps to control…

  4. Confused thinking, unable to take correct decisions to implement them is the first nature of politicians and many other leaders in different fields in India. What can one expect from these politicians mentioned in the news video ? Ppl suffering does not pain them at all. Bcoz they are born to loot, play politics and cause sufferings to the countrymen.

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