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India-Pak conflict: Nine airports shut earlier have resumed ops, says DGCA

The move to suspend operations the airports had come amid escalation of tensions between India and Pakistan

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
Aviation watchdog DGCA Wednesday said operations at the nine airports, which were shut earlier in the day, have resumed "as of now".
A spokesperson of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said, "As of now, ops to these airports resumed (sic)."

Earlier on Wednesday, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) issued a notice to airmen (NOTAM), saying flight operations at the airports in Srinagar, Jammu, Leh, Pathankot, Amritsar, Shimla, Kangra, Kullu Manali and Pithoragarh will remain shut from February 27 to May 27.
The AAI owns and manages more than 100 airports, including those shut temporarily Wednesday, in the country.
The move to suspend operations the airports had come amid escalation of tensions between India and Pakistan after the IAF carried out strikes on terror bases in Pakistan.

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First Published: Feb 27 2019 | 4:20 PM IST

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