New Delhi: Air India on Friday started booking for domestic flights amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
"We have started bookings for domestic flights," said Air India in a statement.
The airlines will operate a total of 8,428 flights each week for the next three months from May 25 to August 25 as the Central government has announced the resumption of domestic flights.
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Thursday said that a minimum and maximum fare for three months has been set for the domestic flight services, which resume from May 25.
In the case of Delhi, Mumbai the minimum fare would be Rs 3,500 for a journey between 90-120 minutes. The maximum fare would be Rs 10,000.
"This is operative for three months — till one minute to midnight on August 24," said Puri at a press conference here.
Puri said that guidelines have been issued for the passengers and airports, which are to be followed during flight operations.
He also said that self-declaration or Aarogya Setu App status on a compatible device would be obtained to ensure that a person does not have COVID-19 symptoms. (ANI)