Indian skies opened up for domestic passenger flights from Monday after a gap of two months but amid confusion as several states imposed their own set of conditions and rules. Many states like Maharashtra, West Bengal, and Tamil Nadu were opposed to opening up airports as coronavirus cases surged in these states. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal are home to some of the busiest airports in terms of passenger traffic. Late on Sunday, a Maharashtra minister said that his government will allow 25 flights on Monday. In the midst of uncertainty and confusion, representatives of airlines and several states held multiple meetings with top officials of the Civil Aviation Ministry. The focus of these deliberations was to have uniform quarantine rules following the announcement of separate conditions by various state governments.