After being suspended for almost two years, scheduled international flights are likely to resume from March 15. As per sources, the authorities will follow the standard operating procedures that are in force at Indian airports for foreign arrivals and departures.

Decision to resume regular international flights has almost come after the Civil Aviation Ministry in consultation with the Health Ministry with the decline in coronavirus cases. However, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation has not made any official announcement yet.

Earlier, travel ban is effective till February 28, 2022, which was implemented from March 23, 2020 due to the COVID crisis.

While scheduled international flights are likely to resume from March 15, guidelines for international arrivals, which are in force from February 14, will still be followed at airports for passengers on these flights.

The health ministry on February 14 issued revised guidelines for international arrivals, and did away with the mandatory seven-day home quarantine and the requirement to undergo RT-PCR test on the eighth day. Also the countries listed in the 'at risk' category have been removed.

Almost all countries is going to ease the travel restrictions implemented by them after the low down in coronavirus cases as many countries open their borders for international inbound travellers.


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