The Aircraft Regulatory Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has banned all types of commercial international flights till further orders due to Corona epidemic. This order will be effective till 31 December. Under this order, not only commercial flights from India to other countries but also commercial flights coming from other countries are banned.
Commercial international flights have been banned since 23 March due to the Corona epidemic this year. However domestic flights were also banned at that time which was resumed from 25 May.
– DGCA (@DGCAIndia) November 26, 2020
Some services will continue
Under the order issued by DGCA, it will not be applicable to international all-cargo operations. Apart from this, special approval has been given by DGCA for certain flights, they will also continue. As such, air services will continue under the Vande Bharat Mission. According to the DGCA order, some international scheduled plots can be cleared on select routes.