New Delhi: Restrictions on international flights have been extended till March 31 following the Covid crisis. The order was issued by the Director-General of Civil Aviation.
The restrictions do not apply to DGCI approved cargo aircraft. At the same time, the order states that international services will be allowed on selected routes depending on the circumstances.
International flights were banned in the country in March following the Covid epidemic. Since then, restrictions have been relaxed in other zones of the country, but restrictions on international flights remain. But by the end of 2020, domestic flights were allowed.