A complete of 529 flights wearing 45,646 passengers operated on Saturday, mentioned Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Sunday.
Home products and services had been suspended in India because of the coronavirus-induced lockdown and resumed after an opening of 2 months on Monday.
Indian carriers operated a complete of two,340 flights until Friday — 428 on Monday, 445 on Tuesday, 460 on Wednesday, 494 on Thursday and 513 on Friday.
Mr Puri mentioned on Twitter on Sunday: “Home operations on 30th Might 2020 (Day 6) until 2359 hrs. Departures 529. 45,646 passengers treated. Arrivals 530. 45,622 passengers treated.”
A departure is counted as a flight all through the day.
All through the pre-lockdown length, Indian airports treated round 3,000 day by day home flights, aviation business resources mentioned.
In February, when the lockdown used to be now not imposed, round 4.12 lakh passengers travelled day by day thru home flights in India, consistent with Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) knowledge.
Airports in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana and Tamil Nadu had been allowed to care for a limited selection of day by day flights as those states are not looking for an enormous inflow of flyers amid the emerging selection of COVID-19 circumstances.
Whilst home products and services resumed in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday, they restarted in West Bengal on Thursday.