New Delhi: AirAsia India on Friday announced that it will start flights on the Mumbai-Guwahati and the Mumbai-Srinagar routes from Saturday. Making the announcement via press release, the airline said the Mumbai-Guwahati flight will operate three times a week while the flight on the Mumbai-Srinagar route will operate four times a week. Also Read - Get Ready to Sweep Roads in Mumbai if You Have No Face Mask or Money to Pay Fine!
The low-cost carrier currently connects 20 cities in India through its flights. Also Read - Mumbai on High Alert After Intelligence Agencies Warn of Possible Terror Attack
Scheduled domestic passenger flights resumed on May 25 after a gap of two months when routine aviation operations were ceased due to the coronavirus-triggered lockdown. Also Read - Mumbai Local Train News: Lawyers Allowed to Use Special Suburban Services | Timings, Guidelines Here
However, Indian airlines have been permitted by the government to operate not more than 60 per cent of their pre-COVID domestic flights.