Air traffic resumes after snowfall in Kashmir

Srinagar: A day after remaining cut off from the outside world, Kashmir’s aerial link was restored on Monday as flight operations resumed at Srinagar ‘International’ airport.


An official at Srinagar airport told News Agency Kashmir Scroll that snow was cleared from the runway and “flight services have resumed.


He said there was a little delay in the first few flights, but now every flight is on time.


Meanwhile, authorities have restored traffic movement from both sides on the only national highway that connects the valley with the rest of the world.


A traffic official told news agency Kashmir Scroll that traffic is being played on both sides. He said work on the highway was restored late last night, and now on both sides, traffic movement is being played.

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