The restriction on worldwide flight tasks has been stretched out till February 28, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) informed on Thursday. “The restrictions shall not apply to international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by DGCA,” the flying controller said in around.
The restriction on worldwide flights was declared in June a year ago to check the transmission of the Covid. Throughout the long term, the middle, which is the most elevated leader expert in issues identified with the pandemic, has facilitated limitations in a large portion of the fields of the economy however not international flight operations.
The center had allowed domestic flight operations last year.
2,73,845 passengers on 2,179 flights yesterday is a new high since domestic flights resumed on 25 May 2020. This takes us even closer to the pre-COVID numbers. Flying has emerged as the chosen mode of transport which offers efficiency, safety, and predictability,” Union Minister Hardeep Puri tweeted earlier this month.
The middle has a year ago prohibited trips to and from the United Kingdom over the revelation of a more infectious strain of the infection.
The ban was later revoked.
The middle today said it has checked an increment in COVID-19 contaminations, with a fifth of its areas revealing no new cases for seven days. “India has effectively contained the pandemic,” Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said, taking note of that less than 12,000 cases were accounted for in the previous 24 hours.