New Delhi, March 25 -- Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) saw zero domestic flights cancellations on Tuesday with high occupancy in most flights, a day before the airport goes under complete lockdown for a week in the wake of Covid-19 outbreak. Only cargo terminals will be allowed to operate as usual.

All domestic flights across the country have been suspended from Wednesday till March 31.

An IGI official said on condition of anonymity: "Footfall at IGI, however, was lower than usual. No domestic flight was cancelled by airlines till Tuesday evening."

The officer further said: "With closure of international flights and janta curfew, many flights had to be grounded at IGI. As a result, one runway was used for parking. Now,...