India bans international flights till April 14 due to Covid 19

India bans international flights till April 14

India has expanded its prohibition on worldwide flight administrations until April 14, as per the most recent warning from India’s aeronautics controller.

On March 19, India had restricted all booked International traveler airplane to leave for India after 5.30 am IST of March 22. The boycott should keep going for seven days till March 29.

As indicated by a round gave by the Director General of Civil Aviation, which Khaleej Times has examined, worldwide business traveler administrations will stay shut till 6.30 pm GMT (10.30 pm UAE time) of April 14. Be that as it may, this limitation won’t make a difference to worldwide all-load tasks and flights uniquely affirmed by the DGCA.

On March 24, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared a 21-day lockdown the nation over and prompted individuals to remain inside. Thus, all trains, metro, flight, transport administrations have been suspended.

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