Due to the rise in covid cases, several countries have banned passenger flights from India.
The restriction does not apply to international all cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the aviation regulator.
Because of the rise in covid cases in India, the suspension of international passenger flights has been extended to 30th June. Prior to this, the flights were banned till 31st May.
DGCA- Directorate General of Civil Aviation said that all international passenger flights have been suspended till June 30th.
The restriction however does not apply to cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the aviation regulator.
The rise in covid cases has forced several countries to ban flights from India till the situation gets better.
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