'I was nervous': First flyers share experience as domestic air services resume
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India, May 25 -- The passengers who took the first flights from various cities in India saw different set of rules at airports. The flights resumed on Monday after a gap of two months.
"I was nervous before the flight but all passengers were taking precautions. Very few people are travelling right now," a woman, who landed at Pune airport on Monday morning, told news agency ANI.
Passengers onboard a Delhi-Bhubaneswar Vistara flight were seen wearing face shields as a precautionary measure against Covid-19. One of the passengers was Biju Janata Dal (BJD) MP Anubhav Mohanty.
"I was in Delhi since the Parliament's Budget session. Now, I am returning to my state Odisha," Mohanty said before boarding to flight at Delhi Indira Gandhi Interna...
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