BENGALURU: As the domestic air travel operations resumed from Monday nearly after two months because of COVID-19 lockdown, a five-year-old little boy travelled alone from from Delhi to Bengaluru and met his mom after three months.
The little one, Vihaan Sharma standing with a "special category" sign board at Bengaluru's Kempegowda International Airport was among the most heartwarming sights of the day.
He was stuck in Delhi as the government imposed nationwide lockdown. He then travelled as a special category passenger as flights resumed from today and walked into the arms of his overjoyed mother who was waiting for him at the airport.
Spekaing to the media, Vivaan's mother said, "My five-year-old son Vihaan has travelled alone from Delhi, he has come back to Bengaluru after three months."
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Domestic flights operated on Monday for the first time since late-March, when the country went into lockdown to break the chain of coronavirus. Many were stuck in cities they were visiting when all flights were stopped.