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Aviation Ministry allows airlines to operate with 65% of pre-Covid domestic flights

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The Civil Aviation Ministry has allowed airlines operating in the country to operate with a maximum of 65% of their pre-Covid domestic flights instead of the 50% allowed till date. Airlines in the country have been operating with just 50 percent of their pre-Covid domestic flights since June 1 in view of the Covid outbreak. As per the government order, the 65% will be applicable till "July 31, 2021, or until further orders."