Due to Corona, the government suspended all scheduled international flights in March last year except for repatriation services and flights carrying essential goods.
India will resume scheduled international flights from December 15, the Ministry of Civil Aviation informed news agency PTI on Friday evening. In fact, due to Corona, the government suspended all scheduled international flights in March last year except for repatriation services and flights carrying essential goods. At the same time, with the slowing down of Corona, the restrictions have been gradually eased. Under the ‘bilateral ‘air bubble’ agreement, flights will be resumed in many countries. At present, there are 25 such agreements in India. Under these agreements, international flights can travel people to the respective countries, subject to certain conditions.
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In view of the danger of the new variants, many countries including Britain, Germany, Italy and Israel have banned flights to six African countries including South Africa. At present, it is not clear whether any of these countries are included in the ‘no fly’ list of the Government of India. At the same time, the World Health Organization (WHO) has advised to exercise restraint regarding this new variant, because currently teams of scientists are engaged in understanding this mutation.
Significantly, last week, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the government is evaluating the process of normalizing international flight operations. The government is busy normalizing things again, for this, necessary steps will be taken keeping in mind the transition.
He said, “We are trying to regain our position in the civil aviation sector in the world and make India a hub. Trust me, I am with you. We will work together, but in a safe environment.
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