Domestic airlines are permitted to operate at a capacity of 65 percent.

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Domestic airlines can now operate at 65 percent of their pre-COVID-19 capacity, according to the Civil Aviation Ministry.

The Centre upped the seating capacity from 50 percent to 65 percent on July 5, noting that the 65 percent cap on domestic aviation capacity will remain in effect until July 31 or until additional directives.

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Given the growing demand for domestic air travel, the capacity of domestic civil aviation operations will be expanded from 50% to 65 percent from the date of this order until July 31, 2021, or until further notice.
When the COVID-19 pandemic halted air travel, India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation and Airports Authority imposed a cap on domestic carriers’ capacity utilization to help financially struggling airlines.

The ministry decided to revise the seating capacity cap after daily domestic flight travelers nearly reached 1,60,000 people and are expected to reach 1,70,000 by the end of this week.

Domestic air passenger traffic had fallen to 1,00,000 after the second wave of the pandemic, prompting the central government to reduce the capacity utilization cap for airlines to operate from 80 percent to 50 percent beginning June 1, 2021, in order to protect the viability of airlines with weak finances.

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