India extends suspension of international flights till November 30 in the wake of Covid expansion Restrictions do not apply to special services and cargo aircraft licensed by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Service to the countries involved in the Air Bubble Agreement will not be interrupted. India Air with 18 countries including Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, France, Germany, Iraq, Japan, Kenya, Maldives, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Ukraine, UAE, UK and USA Engaged in bubble contract.
Earlier, in September, the ban on international flights to and from India was extended to September 31 in view of the expansion of Covid. The ban has now been extended again until November 30. On March 25, the central government banned domestic and international flights following a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of Covid. On May 25, the government approved domestic flights.
The expatriates stranded in foreign countries were repatriated by the Central Government on special flights as part of the Vande Bharat mission. However, normal international flights have not yet been approved since the lockdown was announced.