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In this regard, the Ministry of Civil Aviation said on September 2 that the Indian airline could operate a maximum of 60 per cent of its domestic flights of pre-Kovid level due to the current situation due to Corona infection. It clarified on 29 October that the 60 per cent limit would continue till 24 February 2021 or until further orders.
Puri tweeted, 'Domestic operations started on May 25 with 30 thousand passengers which reached 2.06 lakh on November 8, 2020.' He said, “The Ministry of Civil Aviation is now allowing domestic airlines to increase their operations of the former Kovid capacity permit from 60 per cent to 70 per cent.”
Domestic operations recommenced with 30K passengers on 25 May & have reached 2.06 lakhs on 8 Nov 2020. @MoCA_GoI is now allowing domestic carriers to increase their operations from existing 60% to 70% of the pre-COVID approved capacity.
– Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) November 11, 2020
The ministry resumed domestic passenger flights from May 25 after being closed for two months due to the Kovid-19 lockdown. However, airlines were not allowed to operate more than 33 per cent of their former Kovid domestic flights. The government had increased it to 45 percent on 26 June and then to 60 percent on 2 September.
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