No restrictions on CARGO operations at any airport: DGCA on Covid
New Delhi : Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India on Monday confirmed that there will be no restriction on the domestic and international CARGO operations at any airport.
"Currently there are no restrictions imposed on domestic or foreign air operators for carrying out cargo operations at any airport in India. All stakeholders kindly note," DGCA tweeted on Monday morning.
Currently there are no restrictions imposed on domestic or foreign air operators for carrying out cargo operations at any airport in India.All stakeholders kindly note.— DGCA (@DGCAIndia) March 23, 2020
The statement comes after government assured that all essential services will remain operational during the lockdown and people must not stock up required things.
Delhi government on Sunday evening announced lockdown on all the seven districts which fall under the Union Territory of Delhi from 06 am on Monday till the midnight of 31 March.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that, "No public transport services including private buses, autos, e-rickshaws will be allowed during the lockdown period in Delhi" and only 25% of the DTC bus fleet will ply on roads to carry people involved in maintaining essential services.
Earlier the central government also decided to shut all international commercial flights for one week starting from 22 March in view of coronavirus pandemic. The order will remain in effect till 29 March.