India's DGCA has just announced that the current ban on international scheduled flights will be extended till February 28, 2022

Indian civil aviation has also clarified that existing flights under the travel air bubble regime and flights to Vande Bharat will remain unaffected by the ban. All such flights will continue to operate as per the ongoing arrangement. Cargo flights will also be exempted from the extended ban.

DGCA states that, "The authority has decided to extend the suspension of Scheduled International commercial passenger services to/from India till 2359 hrs IST of 28th February 2022."

Scheduled international passenger services in the country have been restricted since March 23, 2021, when the COVID-19 pandemic first spread across the world.

Several repatriation flights were launched in May under the Vande Bharat Mission. India also entered into an air travel bubble arrangement with several countries to ease essential travel in times of pandemic. India currently has a travel bubble arrangement with around 32 countries.


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