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No flight functions at Kolkata airport on July 25, 29

(Consultant image)KOLKATA: Flight operations at the Kolkata airport will remain suspended on July 25 and 29, amid the complete lockdown in place across the state on both of those the days, officials said on Friday. “As of now, it has been made a decision that there will be no flight functions on July 25 and 29,” an official at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Worldwide (NSCBI) Airport stated. The West Bengal governing administration has made a decision to impose a biweekly full lockdown in the state to break the chain of COVID-19 transmission. When questioned if the rule would be prolonged to all all those times when the full shutdown is enforced, the formal explained that was a chance, but an announcement in this regard will be produced by the point out authorities. “Most in all probability, it will be prolonged to all lockdown days. But the condition governing administration will make an announcement. As of now, these two dates have been confirmed. No flights to operate on July 25 and 29,” the formal included. Previous 7 days, the ban on passenger flights to Kolkata from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Nagpur and Ahmedabad was extended till July 31.

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