he air-traffic to and fro Kashmir was restored on Thursday after remaining suspended for four consecutive days due to snowfall in the valley, however, forced authorities to keep the Srinagar-Jammu highway closed.
“The flight operations resumed this (Saturday) afternoon after four days, an official of the BRO said.
The first flight landed at Srinagar International Airport today early in the morning after flight service remained suspended at the airport for four days due to heavy snowfall in Kashmir, he said.
Snowfall, meanwhile, has triggered skipper conditions of the roads in Kashmir Valley as melting snow has inundated roads, adding to commuters’ woes. Following snowfall in Jawahar Tunnel area along the Srinagar-Jammu highway, authorities kept it shut for vehicular movement.