Domestic flights to resume from May 25: IndiGo, SpiceJet gears up to operate post lockdown


Team Udayavani, May 23, 2020, 10:31 AM IST

Mangaluru: Shortly after Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri announced that India will resume domestic flights from May 25, IndiGo and SpiceJet are fully prepared with safety measures to get back to work

Domestic carrier SpiceJet also lauded the government’s decision to recommence domestic civil aviation operations from May 25.

Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet said, “This resumption will go a long way in lifting the overall economic sentiment in the country. While the SOP for resumption of operations and details of flights to be operated is still awaited, we are sure that this much awaited move will help a large number of passengers by providing them access to the safest and quickest means of transport”

It is said that three SpiceJet fights will take off to Bengaluru and Mumbai destinations and three IndiGo flights will fly to Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru.

SpiceJet flight will leave Bengaluru at 8.30 am and 7 pm on May 25 and IndiGo flight will leave Bengaluru at 5.55 pm. SpiceJet flights to Bengaluru will be at 10.20 am and 9.35 pm and IndiGo flight leaves at 7.30 pm from Mangaluru

SpiceJet flight from Mumbai will leave at 7.05 am and IndiGo will leave at 9.30 am for Mangaluru. SpiceJet flight will leave for Mumbai at 9.05 am while IndiGo will take off to Mumbai at 11.40 am.

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