India to resume international flight operations on March 27
New Delhi : India will resume its international flight operations from March 27 onwards; the decision has been taken after a continuous decline in coronavirus caseload.
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia tweeted: "After deliberation 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!"
Currently, India was operating its international flights under an air bubble, a agreement signed between India and various nations. With this, people were forced to take long connecting flights to reach their desired destinations.
The regular international flight operations from India were banned in March 2020. Since then they had remained banned.