On Day 1, India operated 532 flights to ferry 39,000 passengers across states

As domestic passenger flights resumed on Monday, people across states scrambled to take the first flight out to go back home after being stranded away for over 2 months. India on Monday operated a total of 532 flights while around 630 flights were canceled.
Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, “From no domestic passenger flights yesterday to 532 flights and 39,231 passengers today, action has returned to Indian skies. With Andhra Pradesh set to resume operations from tomorrow & West Bengal from 28 May, these numbers are all set to increase further.”
A total of around 630 flights, more than the number of flights that took off, were canceled on the first day of operations resuming in Lockdown 4.0.