India extends ban on international flights

The Central Government has extended the ban on international flights in India. The ban has been extended to June 30. This was announced by the Director-General of Civil Aviation.

Currently, only airlines operate as part of the Vande Bharat Mission. Apart from this, India has engaged in an air bubble with some countries. India operates flights between 27 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Kenya, Bhutan, and France.

Some countries have banned flights from India due to the spread of covid in the country. India has been banned by Australia, Bum Gladesh, Iran, Italy, Indonesia, UAE, Singapore, and Germany.

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