India extends the ban on international Commercial flights until October 31st

India extends the ban on international Commercial flights until October 31st: This restriction does not apply to all international cargo movements and aircraft approved by the DGCA.

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Amid the current COVID-19 epidemic, the planned suspension of planned international commercial flights has been extended for another month until October 31 this year, the Office of the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said on Tuesday (September 28).

However, the circular further states that this restriction does not apply to all international cargo movements and aircraft approved by the DGCA.

In a slight modification of the Circular dated 26-06-2020, the Competent Authority has further extended the validity of the Circular cited in relation to the aforementioned International Business Passenger Services till 31st October, 31:59 October 2021. This restriction does not apply to all international cargo movements and aircraft approved by the DGCA. “

The Air Regulator of India, in its circular, states that internationally planned flights may be allowed on selected routes on a case-by-case basis by a competent authority.

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