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Singapore Airlines resumes service from Kochi

Prime News, International and National, Aviation Industry, Health, Disease, Kochi (Kerala), November 29:- Singapore Airlines has announced the resumption of passenger flights from the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL).

CIAL said there will be three flight operations per week from November 30.

From November 30, there will be three flights weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. On these days the flight arrives at Kochi at 10.15 pm and departs at 11.05 pm, CIAL said in a release.

“We are extremely happy to have Singapore Airlines here after a 20-month long hiatus. With the resumption of flights from Kochi, passengers can finally reunite with their friends and family in Singapore,” CIAL Managing Director S Suhas said.

The passengers arriving from Singapore have to take the RT-PCR test at Kochi Airport and undergo seven days home quarantine. On the 8th day of the arrival, they have to take one more test and continue quarantine for one more week if found positive, the release said.

CIAL now handles 185 weekly departures to the Middle East. The airport operator also facilitates flights to the United Kingdom, Sri Lanka and Male.

CIAL hopes that by the end of the year the international flights operations at Kochi Airport will be back to normal. (Inputs: Agencies, NGB)

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