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In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian government kept various international flight services on hold. Almost after two years, all the international flight services will resume operations from tomorrow. All the countries of the globe have reopened the borders after the Indian government decided to resume all the services. The coronavirus cases saw a huge decline in most of the countries. The Civil Aviation Ministry has been operating flights under air bubbles after special contracts were signed between the countries during the pandemic season.
Malayasian Airlines announced that they would resume 25 weekly flights from tomorrow. The Polish Airlines too will resume the flight services from Delhi and Mumbai. Lufthansa Airlines will resume the flight services between Chennai and Frankfurt thrice a week. However, the guidelines of coronavirus are followed by some of the countries and the passenger has to carry a completely vaccinated certificate. There are talks that the air fares will turn cheaper as all the services will resume tomorrow. The security is tightened in all the airports after the international flight services are resumed.
By Siva Kumar