Government has said that Lifeline Udan flights have delivered over 795 tons of medical cargo across the country during the lockdown period.
Civil Aviation Ministry said, 430 flights have been operated under Lifeline Udan by Air India, Alliance Air, Indian Air Force and private carriers.
252 of these flights have been operated by Air India and Alliance Air.
Helicopter services including Pawan Hans Limited have been operating in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Islands and North East region transporting critical medical cargo and patients.
Domestic Cargo Operators SpiceJet, Blue Dart, Indigo and Vistara are operating cargo flights on a commercial basis.
The Ministry said, a cargo air-bridge was established with East Asia for transportation of pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and Covid-19 relief material. 899 tons of medical cargo was brought in by Air India from East Asia.