DGCA extends ban on international flights till Feb 28


International flights to the country will be closed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) made the important announcement on Friday. It has decided to suspend international flights (international flights) until February 28 in the country.

So far, more than 1 crore people in the country have been infected with the corona. With the exception of a few, the same number of people have recovered. However Covid 19 in the country has not stopped. The DGCA has therefore decided to suspend international flights for now. Under the Bande Bharat scheme, some planes will fly to international destinations.

All types of flights have been canceled across the country since March 23. Later, domestic flights resumed, but international flights did not return to normal. Some planes were allowed to operate internationally. However, it has now been canceled again until February 28. In the last 24 hours, 18,000 new cases of covid have been identified across the country. Therefore, international flight restrictions have been put in place.

Under the Bande Bharat scheme, Air India and some domestic airlines are allowed to fly abroad. They are also bringing back Indians trapped abroad while fulfilling their responsibilities. In the same way, they are bringing foreigners who are stuck in the country to their countries. The Prime Minister’s Bande Bharat Yojana has been implemented in the country since May 6.

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