The domestic flight services resumed on May 25 after a gap of nearly two months in the wake of the nationwide lockdown
At present the Noida-Delhi border is sealed for movement except for essential services and people having passes issued by the district administration.
Earlier this week, the government had announced that scheduled domestic commercial passenger flights will resume in a calibrated manner from May 25 onwards.
The reactions came hours after the Ministry of Civil Aviation announced that airfares would be capped for three months until August 24.
The detailed guideline explains the rules and procedures that passengers and air carriers must abide right from entering the airport from their origin city to exiting the airport at their destination.
The ministry, earlier this week, announced that flight operations on domestic routes will resume on May 25 in a calibrated manner connecting major airports.
Passengers will be given a ticket bar code that will give them access to the airport and no baggage tag on inflight or check-in luggage will be used.
Kerala had earlier facilitated the return of 268 tourists to the UK when a London-bound British Airways departed from Kochi on April 15.