International flights to remain suspended till the end of March

Posted on March 3, 2021 by

Once again India has taken up the decision to suspend all the international flights that has been scheduled. According to a report, all the international flights shall remain inoperative until the end of this month. The suspension of all these overseas flights were scheduled to end on February 28.
But, the flights serving under the air travel bubble will continue on with its operation as they have been serving all the while.  As of now, India has an air bubble agreement with almost 27 countries that includes countries like Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bahrain, Ethiopia, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, Iraq, Kuwait, Kenya, Nepal, Maldives, the Netherlands, Oman, Nigeria, Rwanda, Qatar, Seychelles, Ukraine, Tanzania, the UAE, Uzbekistan, the UK, and the United States of America.
Recently the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued an order that read that all the international commercial passenger services shall remain inoperative to and from India till 11:59 PM, March 31, 2021.
Due to the outbreak of this deadly virus, the scheduled international flights were cancelled earlier on March 23, 2020. According to the recent order, it shall nearly be a year since India has put a restriction on all international flights. In addition to it, from the days the order has been issued, India has operated Vande Bharat Mission flights and the ones under air travel bubble.
Keeping in sync with the report, the regular operation of international flights is not expected to be in service due to the worst current situation of Coronavirus cases. In the meantime, travel bubbles and repatriation flights for essential (and some leisure) travel shall continue on with its service in the present time.