COVID-19 Impact – A Crisis For Indian Aviation
All the commercial aviation activities in India were stopped on March 23, 2020. It was initially planned that the airline activities would resume post-March, 2020, that didn’t happen. The Indian government imposed a lockdown in the whole country, and every airline had to ground its operations until April 14, 2020. It has happened for the first time that not a single flight took off on the commencement of summer schedule. All the airlines have been crunched over the shortage of cash. There is no clear direction from the government about whether the lockdown will be extended and the airlines will be grounded for more time or if normal operations will be resumed.
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