Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Thu, 26 Nov 2020 12:01 PM IST
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It may be noted that India resumed domestic passenger flights on May 25 after a gap of two months due to the corona virus epidemic. After this, the Vande Bharat Mission was launched to bring back stranded passengers abroad and air bubble agreements were also signed with many countries. Indian airlines are allowed to operate a maximum of 60 per cent of former Kovid-19 domestic flights.
A situation like 2019 will be achieved in air travel by 2024
Alexander de Juniak, CEO of the International Air Traffic Association (IATA), a global organization of aviation companies, had said that due to the global pandemic Kovid-19, revenue passenger kilometers (revenue passenger kilometers) could return to their 2019 state by the year 2024. He said that if we were not successful in controlling the virus or developing the vaccine, then this deadline could extend even further.