While Indigo, Spice Jet and Go Air are resuming flights from 25 May, they would still prefer to have clarity on the decision of key states like Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Delhi. These are trunk routes with the highest traffic and also strong profit potential. Some like Go Air are keen to start bookings only after May 25 based on the way flights start off. Previously, flights had accepted bookings based on expectations that flights will start and they still need to refund monies to customers. But the biggest concern is that the Chief Minister of Maharashtra is not too sure if he wants to permit flights into and out of Mumbai considering that it is the largest contributor of Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra. Most airlines in India are also fully prepared to execute the COVID-specific health and safety procedures outlined by the DGCA.