Ban on international flights will continue

new Delhi. The ban imposed on international flights due to the corona virus epidemic will continue for now. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA said on Monday that the ban on international passenger flights in the country has been extended till further orders. Keep in mind that no date has been given this time. Earlier this ban was being extended for one month every month. Not giving the date means that due to the decreasing cases of corona, it can be ended in the next few days.

Significantly, international passenger flights in India are suspended on March 23, 2020, after the outbreak of Corona virus. However, through the air bubble system created after this, aviation service was being operated with many countries of the world. That system will continue in the future as well. DGCA said in an order on Monday – the competent authority has decided to extend the ban on international commercial passenger services from India till further orders.

The order issued by the DGCA said that this restriction will not apply to international cargo flights and flights specially approved by DGCA. Earlier it was reported that regular international flights may resume from March 15 and for this, effective standard operating procedures will be followed at Indian airports. But DGCA has not made any official announcement yet.

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