Government of India banned international flights till July 15


New Delhi: In view of increasing cases of coronavirus, the central government will not start international flying until July 15. Issuing the order on Friday, the government said, “All international flights are postponed until July 15, although cargo and permission permitted from DDCA will not apply during this period.

Ban on flights from 25 March
In view of the increasing cases of the corona virus, the lockdown imposed i.e. international flights has been banned since 25 March. However, during this period, the Indians stranded abroad are started flying back to the lane under the Started India Mission. At the same time, the government has started domestic flights from June 1 under the unlock.