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Covid: Domestic flights resume after 2 months

IndiaTimes Monday, 25 May 2020
Domestic passenger flights resumed in India after a gap of two months. The Delhi airport saw its first departure at 4.45 am to Pune while Mumbai airport's first departure was at 6.45 am to Patna, the officials said. Scheduled commercial passenger flights were suspended on March 25, when the Centre imposed a nationwide lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
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