5 year Old boy who traveled from Delhi to Bengaluru on a flights finally meets her mother after 3 months.
As flights are resumed today after months due to coronavirus lockdown a 5 year old boy on Bengaluru airport carrying “Special Category” placard was one of the heart melting views.
Vihaan was with his grandparents for his holidays but due to the lockdown his holiday got extended and as soon as the flights resumed his grandparents put him on the flights with proper protection as a 5 year old boy finally gets to meet her mother.
“My five-year-old son Vihaan Sharma has traveled alone from Delhi, he has come back to Bengaluru after three months,” his mother Manjeesh Sharma told news agency ANI, holding Vihaan, dressed in all-yellow with a matching mask and blue gloves.
As domestic flights have resumed all the passengers are heading home with a smile on their face.
The flights resumed after what Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said was “a long day of hard negotiations” on Sunday with various state governments that were not on board with the idea.
With the number of coronavirus cases touching 1.3 lakh, the government has announced a series of dos and don’ts that would begin with social distancing at the airport and no-contact check in. The aviation minister has indicated that international flights could begin in June.
Those who took first flights included paramilitary personnel, army men, students and migrants who had failed to book a ticket on special trains being run by the railways.
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