International flights to open up for non COVID-19 travelers only

International flights to open up for non COVID-19 travelers only

International flights to open soon as reports of domestic flights resumption in India not too bad. People will be allowed middle seats and will be tested for COVID-19 before they take off. However, domestic flights in India initiated with troubled take offs and passengers gotten panicked. This decision will be with effect in the month of June or July. People are so much bothered to meet their relatives. They’ve still a test to pass and then it would be their fortune that can come into play.  

It’s highly concerned for the governments of all the countries. But the decision needs to be made for international flights to open up sooner or later. People are still searching on Google for flight bookings to return to their native countries.

Many Indians are stuck abroad and are eager to travel to land in India. Some people are still bothered and traveling on international flights concern them a lot. They’re concerned because they need to go through COVID-19 testing and stay locked in quarantine. They’re also afraid of strict rules that they need to follow.  

A report claimed that if international flights never open up or resume then the situation will be worse. People will not accept their locking down for months in foreign countries. Many visitors to India also are frustrated with no international flights available till date. They need to go back to their own countries and are troubled with the severe climatic conditions in India.

Sooner or later there will be a surprising and fair decision will be made to open up or resume flights. Global travel organization will be the key to open up or resume international flights. Moreover, optimistic people believe that international flights will reopen at least in the end of this year.

Khalid M Raza

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