Coronavirus infection is continuously increasing in the country. In view of this, the ban on the movement of commercial international flights in India has been extended till the end of this year.
The Director-General of Civil Aviation has extended this ban till 31 December. That is, to this date, no commercial international flight will go out of India nor can come from another country.
However, special flights going under the Vande Bharat Mission will remain unchanged during this period. Earlier, the Director-General of Civil Aviation had ordered to extend the ban on international flight till 30 November. International flights were banned from 23 March this year after the Coronavirus case. Significantly, the total number of corona infections in India has crossed 92.66 lakhs. In the last day, 44,489 new cases have been reported.