Union Minister announces no international flights till October 31

Since the activation phase has already started and India has the activation version 5.0, the Union Minister has announced that international air traffic will be suspended until October 31. The rule has an exception that allows flights that have been approved by the center.

All international flights have been suspended since India was locked since March 23, and the restriction was initially lifted under Unlock 4.0, which allowed flights from September 30. However, the restrictions were further postponed until October 31.

However, the government will continue to operate international flights with countries that have agreed to form Air Travel Bubble such as the United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Germany, France and others.

After the last update, 15 countries have agreed to form the Air Travel Bubble with India.

When India announced the Unlock 5.0 policy, the Directorate-General for Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued an order extending the suspension of scheduled international commercial passenger traffic to / from India until October 31.

Aside from India forming a bubble with many countries where flights are allowed, mission and cargo flights from Vande Bharat will be allowed to facilitate the transportation of stranded Indians and goods. Domestic flights can still be operated with applicable rules and regulations.

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