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Mumbai airport operates 47 domestic flight after service resume


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new Delhi. Commercial flights resumed in Indian skies on Monday after nearly two months. However, many scheduled flights were canceled on the first day of operations. On the first day of aviation service, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport operated 47 flights to 14 destinations. At the same time, out of 13 flights scheduled for Goa, only three flights reached the destination. Mumbai International Airport Limited said in a statement that seven airlines operated 47 flights to 14 destinations.

An estimated 4,852 people traveled by these flights. These included 3,752 passengers and 1,100 passengers. The statement said that the maximum number of passengers were on the Delhi-Mumbai route. He said that all the passengers were advised to install the Arogya Setu App. The mark was made on the left hand side of all the passengers coming to Mumbai. They will have to remain isolated for seven days under the arrangement of the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation.

Goa's Health Secretary Nila Mohanan said that a total of 13 flights were to reach Goa, but 10 of them were canceled. He said the reason for the cancellation of these 10 flights is not yet known. He said, "The first flight came from Bengaluru while the remaining two flights came from Delhi. He said that tourists have now been instructed not to come to Goa. Meanwhile, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant thanked Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and tweeted, "Thanks to Hardeep Singh Puri for accepting my request to keep the number of flights to Goa to a minimum. Since stringent provisions have been made, I think all non-essential travel will be discouraged and Goa's campaign against Kovid-19 will be strengthened.

This post was published on May 26, 2020 9:20 am

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