Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), India extended the suspension on all International flight operations till 30 June 2021. The decision came when India is battling the second wave of the covid-19 even though there is a decline in cases. 

The restriction shall not apply to the International Cargo flights approved by DGCA. Also, international scheduled flights may be allowed on selected routes by the competent authority on a case-to-case basis. 

Read the Circular: https://www.dgca.gov.in/digigov-portal/Upload?flag=iframeAttachView&attachId=150428362

International flight operations have been suspended since March 23, 2020, in India, due to Covid-19. 

India is battling the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and many states announced Lockdown and lockdown-like restrictions in the month of April. State governments have decided to extend the lockdown in their respective states/UTs.

Delhi has extended till 31 May.

Andhra Pradesh has extended till 31 May.

Rajasthan has extended till 8 June.

Maharashtra has extended till 1 June.

Chhattisgarh extended till 31 May.

Uttar Pradesh extended till 31 May.

Madhya Pradesh Extended till 24 May

Karnataka extended till 7 June.

Kerala extended till 30 May.

Jharkhand extended till 31 May.

Goa extended till 31 May.

Telangana extended till 30 May.

Punjab extended till 31 May

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