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India’s airports may not be ready for a post-covid revival in air travel

On Oct. 3, Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, India’s largest, received the highest number of flyers on a single day since the catastrophic second wave blighted the country in April this year. Mumbai and Hyderabad, too, are handling rising passenger movement. On Oct. 17, the domestic airport in India’s financial capital saw over 90,000 flyers, the highest movement since March 23, 2020, leading to much chaos at the facility.

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