The restriction on travel to India will be lifted on May 15th. It has been confirmed by Scott Morrison. The three states that are most likely to get rescue flights from India have been disclosed by Scott Morrison, however there is one group that will not be on the aircraft. Finn McHugh and Jade Gailberger 3 min read May 7, 2021 – 5:31PM
What is the latest on the ban on international flights in India?
The existing moratorium on foreign regularly scheduled flights will remain in effect until 23:59 hours Indian Standard Time (IST), February 28, 2022, according to a recent announcement made by India’s Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).It has also been made clear by the civil aviation authorities that the prohibition would not have any effect on aircraft that are currently operating under travel air bubble arrangements or flights operated by Vande Bharat.
Why is India suspending international flights till September 30?
With the exception of VBM flights and air transport bubble routes, India is suspending all of its country’s international flights until September 30, 2020. This comes as the country’s civil aviation ministry has once again extended the country’s ban on international travel due to COVID-19 (which was imposed on March 23).
When will India allow foreign tourists to travel by chartered flights?
The Union Home Ministry made the announcement on Thursday that India would let foreign visitors to fly within the country on chartered aircraft (Vande Bharat and air bubble flights) beginning on October 15, 2021, with the rest of the country following on November 15.
Is it safe to travel to India now?
Even though there have been some relaxations in India’s travel restrictions, the country’s borders are still off limits to visitors. The following is an overview of the most recent regulations governing international travel to and from India. The Indian government has decided to keep its ban on regularly scheduled overseas flights in place until June 30, 2021.