Srinagar: With improvement in the weather conditions, air traffic at Srinagar airport resumed today after three days and an additional flight was operated to clear the passenger backlog.
The air traffic, which were suspended due to snowfall, resumed today and flight operations could take place after three days, Director, Airports Authority of India (AAI), Srinagar International Airport, Sharad Kumar told PTI.
He said the flight operations could resume due to improvement in the weather conditions.
Kumar said an additional flight was operated by Air India to clear the backlog of passengers.
The air traffic had remained suspended at the airport since Tuesday due to snowfall in the Valley.