- DGCA final week mentioned worldwide flights shall be banned until July 15
- Air India, different airways have been working repatriation flights
- The Vande Bharat Mission began on May 6
India has prolonged the ban on worldwide flights until July 31 because the nation units its “Unlock 2” plan rolling to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. The civil aviation regulator DGCA mentioned the ban on all worldwide flights has been prolonged until July 31 and solely cargo and flights accredited by the DGCA shall be allowed.
“However, international scheduled flights may be allowed on select routes by the competent authority on case to case basis,” the Directorate General of Civil Aviation mentioned.
The DGCA on June 26 mentioned worldwide passenger flights shall be banned until July 15, which has now been prolonged until the tip of the month.
Air India and different personal home airways have been working unscheduled worldwide repatriation flights underneath the Vande Bharat Mission, which began on May 6.
— DGCA (@DGCAIndia) July 3, 2020
The nation resumed scheduled home passenger flights on May 25, after a spot of two months for the reason that coronavirus lockdown was first introduced in late March.
The home flights are being operated underneath strict security and social distancing pointers.
India’s COVID-19 tally touched 6,25,544 with the most important single-day enhance of 20,903 instances at this time, whereas the dying rely rose to 18,213, authorities knowledge exhibits. The variety of recoveries stands at 3,79,892. The restoration price has improved to 60.72 per cent.
There are 2,27,439 energetic instances of coronavirus an infection within the nation at current.
Maharashtra has reported the best variety of instances, adopted by Tamil, Delhi, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Rajasthan.