Indo-UK air route will be restored from 8 January

The Indo-UK air route, which is closed from 11:59 pm on December 22, is being resumed from 00:01 pm on 8 January. This route was closed after the introduction of new variants of Corona, which spread more than 70 percent. However, it is now being reopened with limited flights until 11:59 pm on January 30.

For this, plans have also been started in advance at Delhi Airport. So that when passengers coming from Britain land on T-3, then there will not be any kind of chaos. An airport official said that a separate corridor is being set up for passengers coming from the UK on Minal-3. Also, there will be a fixed airbridges for flights coming from the UK.

Custom and immigration arrangements should also be made completely different for these travelers. For this, help desks will be put on T3 so that passengers will be told what to do and what not to do. Transit passengers will also need to undergo a test.

Before taking off the negative report to the passenger, the website of Delhi Airport Must be uploaded to Also, after landing in Delhi, all passengers of flights will have to undergo an RT-PCR test on T-3 once again. By January 23, there will be only 15 flights a week from Britain to India.

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