new Delhi: The Central Government on Friday extended the suspension on the operation of scheduled international commercial flights till 31 July.
“The government has extended the suspension on scheduled international commercial passenger service to or from India till 31 August,” an official statement said.
“Special information has been issued to Airmen (NOTAM),” the statement said.
However, this restriction will not apply to all cargo flights and other flights specifically approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
Let us know that the passenger flight service was suspended on 25 March, when nationwide lockdown was imposed to stop the spread of Kovid-19. Domestic flight service has however been restored from 25 May.