Amid the growing threat of Corona, the government has decided to suspend the schedule International Flight Service by 31 May. However, this order will not apply to international cargo flights. Apart from this, if a flight has received special approval from the DGCA, then it will also have the approval of the flight. According to the information, it will not have any effect on the airline released under the Vande Bharat Mission and Travel Bubble. This air service will continue.
In the midst of the Corona crisis, the government had issued an order banning the service of scheduled commercial flights on 23 March 2020. Due to the situation not being under control, this service has been stopped for 14 months. However, air services with different countries were re-established under the Vande India Mission and Air Bubble during this period. After the new wave of Corona in April, dozens of countries have stopped air service once again with India.
– DGCA (@DGCAIndia)
According to a report, in the last ten days, 20 countries have issued a ban on air service with India. Maldives has issued an order banning air service with India from April 27, Kuwait from April 24, Hong Kong from April 20 for 14 days. Singapore has implemented a 14 + 7 days Quarantine Policy for travelers arriving from India.
Many countries have banned flights from India
Apart from this, England has put India in the red list. America has issued advisory to its citizens not to travel to India. New Zealand had banned travelers from India. Apart from cargo, the UAE had issued a stay order on passenger aircraft going from India. Similarly, the decision to stop has also been taken by countries like Canada, Germany, Italy, France, Indonesia, Iran.
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