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TAAI welcomes Govt’s decision to allow domestic flights to operate at full capacity from Oct 18

Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) has welcomed the government’s decision to allow domestic flights to operate at full capacity from Oct 18.

Commenting on this, Jyoti Mayal, President, TAAI, said, “We at TAAI welcome the move and applaud the efforts made by the Ministry in restoring confidence in the customer and businesses, especially the travel agents.”

She also extended her gratitude and thanks to the Hon’ble Minister of Civil Aviation, Jyotiraditya Scindia saying that the Ministry is moving in the right direction with him at the helm of affairs. She said that TAAI had submitted various representations on the subject for the last three months keeping in view that the festive season is about to start.

“This particular move could be a step towards giving a boost to domestic tourism and travel which was much awaited & needed, and we look forward to the opening of commercial international flights beyond air bubbles with coordinated policies of countries to revive tourism and especially inbound for the growth of India,” she added.

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