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According to a release from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) of Mumbai, the airport has reintroduced five domestic routes to tier-II markets – Bareilly, Visakhapatnam, Tirupati, Ajmer and Porbandar – with the upsurge in passenger traffic and states easing travel restrictions
With the Central government extending flying capacity to 65 per cent, there has been a surge in travel to the tier-II markets, the airport authorities said.
According to the release, travel to sectors such as Hyderabad, Goa and Ahmedabad from Mumbai saw five to seven per cent rise. During the same period, domestic carriers such as Indigo, Air India and GoAir catered to over 3,50,000, 80,000 and 46,000 passengers, respectively, through approximately 2,700, 850 and 400 flights each to the tier-II cities from Mumbai.
All domestic and international passengers are requested to plan their upcoming trips as per the revised guidelines issued by the state authorities.#ImportantUpdate #WeCare #CSMIA #Mumbai #Airport #Covid19 #GatewayToGoodness pic.twitter.com/19Y1EQIOzk— CSMIA (@CSMIA_Official) July 16, 2021
CSMIA has undertaken various safety measures and has implemented numerous SOPs, including the preventive measures laid down by the governments to safeguard passengers' wellbeing and curb the spread of the virus, it said.
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