Air India on Wednesday introduced that it’ll begin working extra flights from New Delhi to Sydney between October 10 and 14, amid the central authorities’s ”Unlock 5” section.
“Air India will operate additional flights from Delhi to Sydney between 10th & 14th October 2020,” tweeted Air India.
The airline talked about that restricted seats can be out there as a result of COVID-19 restrictions enforced by the Australian authorities.
“Limited seats available due to quarantine restrictions by Australian Authorities. Booking will open today at 1600 hrs (IST) through AI Website, Booking Offices and Call Centre,” it mentioned within the tweet.
All scheduled industrial passenger flights have been suspended in India on March 25 after the central authorities imposed a lockdown to comprise the unfold of COVID-19.
Domestic flights within the nation resumed operations from May 25 in a gradual method.
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