New Delhi : The lockdown, which came into effect from March 25, is going to end on May 3. After this, the aircraft will start flying once again. But the country’s airports will look very different. According to news agency PTI, the aviation authority has also issued a guideline regarding flight services.

The guideline issued by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) states, “It is being assumed that initially flights to major (metro or tier-1) cities, capitals of some states and some major tier-2 cities, services will be restored.

The authority further said that if an airport has many terminals, then only one terminal should be used in the initial days. The regulator said that till the operation of flying services gradually increases, food and drink stores should be opened in limited numbers. Liquor should be served in restaurants and pubs located at the airport only if the concerned state government allows it.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *