INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS SUSPENSION EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 31

 



New Delhi: Directorate General of Civil Aviation has released a circular on Wednesday stating that the international fights suspension is extended till October 31st. All air travel, both domestic and international was suspended in late March owing to the lockdown imposed by Indian government. In late May, Indian government had permitted domestic air travel to resume though the occupancy rate in domestic flights have sharply fallen since.

India has reached an agreement with Kenya and Bhutan to restart air travel between the countries. India has also reached air bubble agreements with several countries namely, Germany, France, United Kingdom, the United States, Bhutan, Bahrain, Kenya, Maldives, Nigeria, Japan, Iraq, Abu Dhabi and Qatar. The DGCA circular will not affect the international cargo operations and DGCA approved carriers.


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