Airlines to begin from May 25 as Air India begins booking for domestic flyers for three months

Air India has finally announced the start of bookings for domestic flights. In an announcement, the civil aviation body said that they will operate

Airlines to begin from May 25 as Air India begins booking for domestic flyers for three months
Air India plane (source: google)

Air India has finally announced the start of bookings for domestic flights. In an announcement, the civil aviation body said that they will operate a total of 8428 flights each week starting May 25 for three months. The national carrier took to Twitter and shared the news of booking resumption. It read:

"Our Domestic Flight Bookings will start from 1230 hrs today. To book login to Air India or contact authorised travel agents or visit our booking offices or call customer care."

#FlyAI : Good News !

Our Domestic Flight Bookings are already started from 1230 yesterday. To book login to https://t.co/T1SVjRD6o5 or contact authorised travel agents or visit our booking offices or call customer care . #Flythenewnormal In fact, all the other airlines have decided to start ticket booking for May 25 and onwards after the government's nod to airlines to resume domestic air travel. Apart from Air India, all the other airlines have started taking bookings from today since getting the approval of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). In fact, some of the airlines started taking bookings last week only.

As read on times travel According to the schedule approved by DGCA, there is a list of cities one can travel to. The list currently includes the city of Chennai, however, the Tamil Nadu government is not keen on permitting domestic travel yet. But the booking has already begun for the city.

240 flights of AirAsia

340 flights of Air India

178 flights of Alliance Air (Air India subsidiary)

970 flights of IndiGo

434 flights of SpiceJet

448 flights of Vistara

After being grounded for a good two-month period, airlines in India are all set to spread their wings once again from May 25. As of now, the government has permitted one-third of the operations that will begin from Monday. Also they have set a cap on fares for next three months on domestic travel.


News source: times travel