Union Minister pronounces no worldwide flights until October 31

As the opening phase has already begun and India is on Unlock 5.0, the Union Ministry has announced that international flights will be suspended until 31 October. This rule distinguishes when flights are allowed which are allowed by the location.

All international flights have been suspended since India closed on March 23 and the restrictions were lifted under Unlock 4.0 while flights are allowed from September 30 onwards. But the ban has been lifted until October 31.

The government, however, will continue to operate international and allied airlines to create an Air Travel Bubble such as the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Germany, France, and others.

According to the latest data, 15 countries have agreed to develop an Air Travel Bubble with India.

When India announced Unlock 5.0 guidelines, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) ordered and extended the suspension of international aviation operations from India until October 31st.

Apart from the fact that India produces air and international airports where flights are allowed, Vande Bharat planes and cargo planes are allowed to control Indian travel and goods. Domestic flights continue to be allowed to operate in accordance with its rules and regulations.

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