After two years, commercial flights will start again from this day, the central government announced
The Central Government has decided that from March 27, 2022, once again regularly scheduled commercial international passenger services will be started, under which flights will be able to go out of the country and outside flights will also be able to come into the country. Due to Corona, about two years ago, the Center had banned scheduled international flights. However, now the Ministry of Civil Aviation has informed that flights are being restored again.
However, the Center has also said in its decision that the guidelines of the Ministry of Health will be strictly followed during international flights.
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia tweeted, “After consultation with stakeholders and in view of the reduction in corona cases, we have decided to resume international travel from March 27. After this the system of air bubble will also end. I hope this step will take this sector to new heights.”
After distribution with stakeholders &keeping in view the decline in the #COVID19 caseload,we have decided to resume international travel from Mar 27 onwards.Air Bubble arrangements will also stand revoked thereafter.With this step,I’m confident the sector will reach new heights!
— Jyotiraditya M. Scindia (@JM_Scindia) March 8, 2022
Let us tell you that on 23 March 2022, the Ministry of Civil Aviation had banned scheduled commercial international flights to prevent the spread of corona virus. Earlier on February 28, DGCA had banned commercial international flights till further orders.