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On Tuesday, 41,673 passengers reached their destination on 608 flights, the domestic airline is operating smoothly.

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airports handled 325 departures and 283 arrivals with 41,673 passengers on 26 May

new Delhi. Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Tuesday that domestic airlines are operating smoothly in the country. On the second day of the resumption of the domestic airline, till 5 pm on May 26, 41,673 passengers completed their journey through a total of 608 flights. This figure is higher than the first day.

Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted that 325 aircrafts had left our airports till 5 pm on Tuesday evening, while 283 planes landed, totaling 41,673 passengers. He said that the final report on Tuesday would be made based on the data received after midnight.

Several flights were canceled on the second day as well, causing inconvenience to passengers. Passenger services have now started in the entire country except West Bengal. Like on Monday, after arriving at airports on Tuesday, many passengers came to know that their flights were canceled.

Domestic flights to West Bengal will start from Thursday. Domestic flights started operating in India from Monday, after the Kovid-19 pandemic had been closed for nearly two months, and 39,231 passengers were brought to their floors from 532 flights on the first day. However, about 630 flights were also canceled on the first day.

This post was published on May 26, 2020 10:32 pm

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