How flights will look when they start

Hate to even think of travelling if I imagine myself in this. The 14 latest list of high load districts (Attached) is important. Even if the Govt starts flights these 14 airports must be off the air traffic map till they become normal. Hope they do. more  

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When flights resume, the airfares will be out of reach for ordinary people
due to social distancing and may be quarantine requirements in the country
of destination..

Not more than 1 check-in baggage weighing less than 20kg may be the norm..

Lets wait and see...

On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 7:34 AM Sarita Ravichandran <
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When and where are you travelling? Can you spot these airports on a paper map of India (without Google map). Why are you scaring people who need to travel for business or work(No one is going on holidaying).People like you are making a nonsense out of nothing. Sadist mentality. I pity you. more  
The Govt. is doing its best in the present circumstances. Let us have patience, positive attitude and help the Govt. in the gigantic work and not put hurdles. more  
I am fully confident that the government will take a decision on the issue only after taking all the related pros and cons into account. People still have doubts are wellcome to stay back home leaving passages for the needy. more  
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