New Delhi : The government has taken a big decision amidst the cases of Omicron, the new variant of Corona increasing continuously in India. In fact, in view of the threat of Corona, the Government of India has suspended international flights till January 31. Explain that due to the Corona epidemic, international flights have been banned for a long time.
At the same time, recently the government had announced that the ban on international flights would be lifted from December 15. With this the normal army will be restored. At the same time, now that there is less than a week left for the flights to start, the government has announced to suspend the flights till 31 January 2022. During this, flights will continue for some countries under the Air Bubble Agreement.
Let us inform that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation i.e. DGCA has shared information in this regard. It was told that a partial amendment has been made in the circular issued on November 26. The competent authority has decided to extend the suspension of scheduled international commercial passenger services to and from India till 11:59 pm on 31 January 2022. However, he also made it clear that the ban would not apply to international cargo ships and specially approved aircraft.
According to the circular by the DGCA, the operation of international aircraft on selected routes can be approved on a case to case basis. Explain that the government has taken this decision due to the new variant of Corona. When the government had decided to start international flights from December 15, then cases of new variants were reported in only a few countries. At the same time, this variant is now spreading very fast, keeping this in mind, the government has changed the decision.
During this time flying through air bubbles will continue in some countries. Let us tell you that India has signed air bubble agreements with 31 countries including America, Britain, United Arab Emirates, France. At the same time, countries in Europe including the United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil, Botswana, China, Ghana, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Hong Kong, Israel have been placed in the list of countries at risk. Kovid test is mandatory for travelers coming from these countries. At the same time, even if the report comes negative, they have to keep an eye on their health from the 8th to the 14th day.