On Saturday, budget carrier AirAsia India said bookings for its flights are open from 15 April according to a PTI report. The airline further said that it is, however, open to any change in case aviation regulator DGCA issues fresh directives on the issue.
Most of the airlines have commenced taking bookings for their flights from 15 April onwards.
As per DGCA orders, domestic and international commercial flights in the country have been suspended till 14 April amid a 21-day lockdown to curb spreading of COVID-19 infections that began on 25 March.
On Thursday, Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola said airlines are free to take ticket bookings for any date after 14 April.
IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir have already said that they are taking bookings for domestic flights starting 15 April. For international bookings, SpiceJet and GoAir have started selling flight tickets from 1 May.
Full-service carrier Vistara had said it has started bookings for travel from 15 April.
However, state-owned Air India on Friday said it has stopped bookings till 30 April and is awaiting a decision after 14 April, when the nationwide lockdown is currently scheduled to end.