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Centre allows domestic airlines to operate with 100% capacity from October 18
The central government has decided to restore the scheduled domestic air operations with effect from October 18, 2021 without any capacity restriction.
The government of India has permitted to operate domestic airlines with 100 per cent capacity from October 18.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation said in an official statement "After review of the current status of Scheduled Domestic Operations viz-a-viz passenger demand for air travel in terms of the purpose specified in the initial order dated May 21, 2020...it has been decided to restore the scheduled domestic air operations with effect from 18-10-2021 without any capacity restriction."
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"The airlines airport operators shall however ensure that the guidelines to contain the spread of COVID are strictly adhered to and COVID appropriate behaviour is strictly enforced by them during the travel," the official statement added.
It can be noted that the current seating capacity in airlines is restricted to 85 per cent.
Also, earlier in the day, the Ministry of Civil Aviation circulated a fresh circular to all airlines and airports in India, asking them to provide protocol courtesy support to Members of Parliament at airports, as per a report by ANI.
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