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India: Government increases flights’ cap from 60% to 70% of pre-COVID levels

The Civil Aviation Ministry had said on September 2nd,2020 that the Indian airlines can operate maximum 60%.

The civil aviation ministry had clarified on October 29 that the 60 per cent cap would be in place till “February 24, 2021 or until further orders”.

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“The Civil Aviation Ministry is now allowing domestic carriers to increase their operations from existing 60 per cent to 70 per cent of the pre-Covid approved capacity,” Hardeep Singh Puri stated.

It is great to see that aviation is once again reaching the pre-COVID levels in India and the world.

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