Kohima: The Airport Authority of India of Dimapur has suspended many flights to and from the lone airport of Nagaland in Dimapur till May 31 next, due to the increasing surge of COVID-19 cases in the state and the resultant total lockdown.
Official sources informed Tuesday on its Twitter handle that Dimapur Airport shared the current flight schedule by the Dimapur Airport Authority of India informed that the suspended flight included daily flights, bi-weekly as well as two flights scheduled to start from May 23. The red-coded flight included both ATR as well as Airbus A319 Aircraft.
According to the flight schedule, the days of operation for ATR were daily flights from Kolkata and Dibrugarh. Three Airbus 319 flights, from Indian Airlines, including two that were proposed to start operation from May 23 have been suspended, it informed.
However, there two AT7 (Alliance Air) daily flights – one from Gauhati and other from Dibrugarh – are in operation, AAI informed.
In addition, the tri-weekly IndiGo flights from Delhi and Kolkata, as well as another IndiGo flight which arrives four times a week, were also in operation, it added.