Domestic aircraft will fly with full passengers from 18th of this month in the country. The government has allowed the resumption of scheduled domestic flight services without any capacity restrictions from October 18. The government has taken this decision after the continuous decrease in the cases of Corona. In May last year, the Ministry of Civil Aviation allowed aircraft to fly with reduced passenger capacity. At present, aircraft are flying with only 85 percent passenger capacity.
Corona guidelines will have to be strictly followed
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has said that from Monday next week, domestic aircraft will fly with 100 percent passenger capacity. However, the guidelines of COVID-19 will have to be fully followed during the flight. It will be strictly followed by airlines employees and passengers. The ministry said that in view of the increasing demand for air travel, after reviewing the situation, it has been decided to allow aircraft to fly with full passenger capacity. On 9 October, 2340 flights were operated by Bharti Airlines companies. This is 71.5 percent of their pre-covid capacity.
Domestic airlines started in May last year
In September, the government had given permission to increase the capacity of passengers. After that the planes were flying with 85 percent passenger capacity. The government had allowed domestic flights to start in May last year after a break of two months.