In view of the threat of a possible third wave of corona infection in India and in view of the increasing cases of delta variants, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), taking a big decision, extended the ban imposed on international passenger flights to and from the country till July 31. is. Earlier, due to the second wave of corona infection, DGCA had extended the ban imposed on international flights till June 30. However, on a case-to-case basis, the Competitive Authority may allow the operation of international scheduled flights only on selected routes.
DGCA issued circular
In the circular issued by the DGCA, it has been said that, “The decision to increase the ban on international flights will not have an effect on cargo aircraft. At the same time, those flights have also been exempted in this ban, which have been specifically approved by the DGCA.
International flights were suspended from 23 March 2020
Let us inform that international flights were suspended in India from 23 March 2020 due to the fatal outcome of the Corona epidemic. However, international flights are being run under the bilateral “air bubble” arrangement between Vande Bharat Abhiyan from May 2020 and some selected countries from July 2020.
India has air bubble agreement with 27 countries
Let us tell you that India has air bubble agreement with 27 countries including America, Dubai, France, Kenya. Under this agreement between two countries, special international aircraft can fly between their regions.
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