International flights to India are banned until 30th November

The special charter flights have already started.

The Director-General of Civil Aviation has announced that the ban on international flights will be extended until 30th November. Earlier, it was believed that the flights will start from 15th November. The visa-issuing has started already and charter flights have already started.

The health and safety guidelines have been prepared to make sure that the spread of Covid is in check. International tourism has been banned for the last 19 months now. With the start of the international flights, the tourism sector and local businesses can finally restart their operations.

On the other hand, the Diwali festivities have increased the chance of getting an infection due to the large social gatherings. In the coming weeks, details of the travel restrictions will be announced. The following is the news article from ‘Times of India’ reporting about the announcement by the DGCA.

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