New Delhi: As India is set to resume its domestic civil aviation operations from May 25, the Delhi airport will be handling around 380 flights Monday, a senior official said.
As per the directions of the Civil Aviation Ministry, domestic flight operations will resume after remaining suspended for about two months following the nationwide lockdown imposed to constrain the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Delhi airport will be handling around 380 domestic flights Monday. There will be 190 departures and around 190 arrivals,” a senior government official said.
Saturday, the Delhi airport’s operator DIAL said it has taken several measures including installation of automatic hand sanitisers at various places, putting floor markers, allocation of entry gates and check-in islands for departing passengers.
These steps have been taken to enforce social distancing norms and minimize human contact at the airport, the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said.