Ban on international flights from India extended till August 31: DGCA

The suspension of international flights from India has been extended till 31st August due to the surging COVID-19 crisis. However, the government has allowed the movement of passengers via air bubbles. An air bubble is a travel corridor between two countries that will fly their aircraft in a regulated environment. Director-General of Civil Aviation in a statement stated that ‘An air bubble is a travel corridor between two countries who will fly their aircraft in a regulated environment. This arrangement has been made due to several travel restrictions across the world because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, this restriction shall not apply to international all-cargo operations

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