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West Bengal government gives green light to daily direct flights Kolkata-Delhi | India News

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KOLKATA: The Bengal government gave its go-ahead on Monday for the resumption of daily direct flight services between Kolkata and Delhi, an official statement said.
“Daily direct flights are allowed in the Kolkata-Delhi sector with immediate effect,” said a statement issued by the state’s Department of Information and Culture.
Currently, Kolkata-New Delhi flights are available three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, airport officials said.
The state government had imposed a ban on direct flights from six meters with a high prevalence of Covid-19 in July, including New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.
The restrictions were subsequently relaxed and the government allowed flights to arrive from these cities three times a week.

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