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DGCA resumed flight services at 9 airports, today it was suspended.

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New Delhi,
Flight service was stopped from several airports after violating the Indian airspace of some Pakistani fighter aircraft. Now DGCA has given permission to restore the flight service from all the airports again. Flight operations at Leh, Jammu, Srinagar Airport were closed this morning.

DGCA has now eliminated the NOTAM. Flight operations are being restored again. Under the NOTAM alert for aircraft pilots or for some other reason, alert conditions are issued for some time. Under this, air services and commute are closed.

Let us know that after the incident of Pakistani aircraft coming in the Indian airspace in the morning, India has postponed flight operations at several major airports near Pakistan border. Altogether, the movement of aircraft on nine airports was stopped. Flight operations were stopped in Srinagar, Leh, Jammu. Flights were also suspended in Amritsar, Pathankot, and Shimla. In Pakistan, the flight services have been banned from several airports under the response.