India DGCA restricts airlines to operate 80% of pre-outbreak domestic schedules until 31-May-2021

    India‘s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), via its official Twitter account, stated (26-Apr-2021) its order permitting Indian airlines to operate up to 80% of their pre-coronavirus outbreak domestic schedules will remain in effect until 31-May-2021 (Live Mint/The Hindustan Times/New Indian Express, 26/27-Apr-2021). As previously reported by CAPA, the DGCA limited airlines to operating up to 33% of their pre-outbreak schedule from 25-May-2020, when scheduled domestic passenger services resumed, and increased this to up to 45% from 26-Jun-2020, up to 60% from 02-Sep-2020, up to 70% from 11-Nov-2020 and up to 80% from 03-Dec-2020.

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