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IndiGo, the largest low-cost carrier in India, has announced about its post-lockdown plans related to the re-launch of some flight operations beginning 4 May 2020. Initially these will be only domestic routes.
According to India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), suspension of all domestic and international passenger services in the country is effective until 3 May, 2020.
Therefore, starting with several local flights, in the course of upcoming months the airline plans to gradually increase this capacity. Later on, in close cooperation with the government and considering all the travel restrictions worldwide, IndiGo also expects to restart some flights to international destinations.
“We are working closely with the government and the airports to take our aircraft and our airports to a significantly higher level of cleanliness while ensuring social distancing”, said Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer at IndiGo.