International Flights Update: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a circular saying that all scheduled international commercial passenger flights will remain suspended till 31 October 2021. View details.
Even though the speed of Coronavirus has slowed down. But the government has taken a decision after seeing its fright. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the ban on all scheduled international commercial passenger flights till 31 October 2021 (Ban Extended).
DGCA has issued a circular for this. It has been said in this circular that the ban on international cargo operations and flights will not be applicable. In this also, there will be no restriction on special flights approved by DGCA.
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These international flights will get approval
DGCA has said that scheduled international flights on selected routes can also be approved by the concerned authority. Let us tell you that DGCA has issued a new circular by modifying the circular dated 26 June. This new circular will be valid till 11.59 pm on 31 October 2021.
97.81 percent Covid-19 recovery rate
Significantly, the DGCA had banned scheduled international commercial passenger flights till 30 September 2021. Although at present there are 2,92,206 active cases in the country, which is the lowest in the last 192 days. At the same time, the number of people who died of infection in the last 24 hours was also 179. After this, the total number of dead in the country has increased to 4,47,373. The Health Ministry said that the national Covid-19 recovery rate has reached 97.81 percent, which is the highest since March 2020.