Worldwide Passenger Flights to be suspended until November 30

Another problem for travelers is that Global Travel has been suspended and this time until November 30 after Coronavirus. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has announced this and issued a circular letter, stating that international flights can be allowed on selected and qualified routes in this case.

As of March 23, all flights around the world have been suspended, however, special international flights have been in effect from May onwards. This is under the auspices of Vande Bharat and as a result of the two countries that are responding to the explosion that India has declared with 18 countries.

Currently, India has a bubble bubble following countries such as the UK, USA, UAE, Bhutan, Kenya, and France. And according to special arrangements between these countries, special international trips have been effective.

Rounding by the DGCA also stated that cargo aircraft should be operating as they were designed and all operations around the world should be operating as before the epidemic.

Domestic flights in India have started since May 25 and resumed two months later.

Earlier in the day, Under Unlock 5.0 The UN Interior Ministry also stated that international flights would not resume until October 31 except for those permitted by the site. And the date has been postponed without a word on the timing of the resumption of international flights.

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