Intercontinental Flights For Commercial Vacation to Remain Suspended Until Finish of Calendar year: DGCA

New Delhi: The Directorate-Normal of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday prolonged the ban on scheduled commercial international flights till December 31 in perspective of the nevertheless-increasing numbers of coronavirus circumstances in the state. The government clarified that the ban does not apply to international all-cargo functions and flights precisely accepted by the aviation regulator. Also Examine – When Will Normal Intercontinental Flights Commence Procedure in India? Here’s What Govt Ideas to do

As a outcome, only scheduled flights beneath the government’s Vande Bharat Mission will be allowed in between countries that have air bubble arrangement with India on a scenario to case basis. Also Read – International Flights: Singapore Will Now Permit Business Passengers From All Countries From Following Thirty day period

“In partial modification of circular dated 26-06-2020, the capable authority has additional prolonged the validity of circular issued on the issue cited earlier mentioned pertaining to Scheduled Global commercial passenger companies to/from India till 2359 hrs 1ST of 31St December, 2020,” the notification study.

On October 27, the DGCA had extended the suspension of global business flights till November 30, 2020.