The Dubai Civil Aviation Authority revoked its suspension order against Air India Express flights on Friday evening, The Times of India reported. The authority had suspended Air India Express flights till October 2 for transporting coronavirus-infected passengers twice in the past few weeks. The carrier is a subsidiary of government-owned Air India.
“We have apologised for the two lapses to Dubai authorities and assured them of putting in place multilevel strict checks to ensure the same does not get repeated,” a spokesperson for the airline said.
“All AI Express flights from and to Dubai will operate as per original schedule from Saturday.”