No Commercial Flights Allowed To Operate Until The Spread Of Coronavirus Has Been Controlled
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April 23, 2020 - by Anurag Kotoky for bloomberg.com
India ordered airlines this week to stop selling tickets. Hardly any listened.
Four of the country's top six airlines, which together control 80% of the local market, are selling domestic flight tickets for as soon as the third week of May, searches on their websites showed.
That's despite the government saying no decision has been made on allowing flights after the end of the nationwide lockdown on May 3, which means airlines should refrain from selling tickets until authorities give them the go ahead.
Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri reiterated that no commercial flights will be allowed to operate until the spread of the coronavirus has been controlled...
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