Air India has suspended bookings for domestic and international flights till April 30. The airlines have taken this decision due to awaiting the government’s decision on the lockdown period, which ends on 14 April. Air India spokesperson gave this information on Friday.
Commercial flights on domestic and international routes have been suspended until April 14 due to a nationwide lockdown implemented to prevent coronavirus infection. An Air India spokesperson said that bookings have been closed from Friday to April 30. Also said, ‘We are waiting for the decision after April 14
On the other hand, IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir have said that they are booking for domestic flights from 15 April. SpiceJet and GoAir spokesperson said that they have started selling tickets for international flights from May 1. A spokesperson for IndiGo has said that bookings for international flights are still suspended. Full service carrier has said that it has started booking for the journey from April 15.
A Vistara spokesperson said, “As of now we are continuing bookings from April 15 onwards. If any notification from the Ministry (Civil Aviation) comes, we will take action.
No comments were received from budget carrier AirAsia India. On Thursday, Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola said that airlines are free to book tickets for any date after April 14.
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