After being advised not to step out of the confines of our homes for over a year, stepping out into the world could be vengeance for those 'lost' days.
The ban was initially imposed on April 25, after a surge in COVID-19 cases in India.
While it is imperative to mask up, regularly sanitise and avoid unnecessary contact with people and surfaces, there are other things as well to keep in mind while taking a flight.
All incoming flights, however, will be limited to a maximum of 75 passengers and they will be subjected to a 14 day quarantine period.
The announcement on Thursday also comes amid reports that the airline was preparing for an initial share sale to raise funds for its ambitious expansion plans.
United Airlines and Air India are continuing to operate numerous direct flights weekly from India to the US.
Air India announced a partial schedule from May 1 to 15 connecting Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru to the United Kingdom.
A Kochi-based travel technology startup has opened up the immense possibility of information technology to 30 major global airlines and numerous travel agencies it has been servicing.
The passengers can make unlimited changes on domestic tickets booked in the mentioned period.
Here are some solutions that one should consider as you exercise caution while taking up your journey during the time of COVID-19.