Flights resume in Kashmir after four days of suspension

Air India flight

SRINAGAR — Officials said on Thursday that air connectivity of Kashmir Valley with the rest of the world has been restored after four days. This connection was cut off after the recent heavy snowfall in the valley.

According to the officials of Srinagar Airport, the first flight landed in Srinagar this morning and the said flight is leaving for New Delhi.

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The weather in the valley has been bad since last Sunday, cutting off air and ground links.

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Now the air connectivity has been restored, however, land routes are still blocked.

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