NEW DELHI: To reassure Air India, the Supreme Court today ruled that passengers can sit in a seat between three three-seat seats on a plane for the next ten days during an epidemic like Corona. The court granted the permit only for non-foreign flights arriving from abroad, that is, for those already booked. However, 10 days later, Air India will have to comply with the Bombay High Court’s order. “All passengers have to leave the seat in order to maintain a social distance between them,” he said. The Mumbai High Court’s order was challenged by Air India and the central government in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court ruled that social distance was the only way to protect against coronary heart disease. That is why the High Court has asked to vacate the seat in the middle. The government said all seats had been booked by June 16. And now if you cancel it, people will be in trouble.