New Delhi | International Flight Service Omicron : The new variant of the corona virus, Omicron, has once again increased the problems around the world. In such a situation, the Government of India is also in a state of confusion regarding this. Now the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has postponed the decision to restore international flights once again from December 15. Let us inform that the DGCA has postponed this decision after the introduction of a new variant of corona virus ‘Omicron’. DGCA informed in this regard that further information will be given to announce the date of resumption of international flights.
International flights have been closed since March 20
International Flight Service Omicron : Explain that due to Corona, normal international flights have been suspended since March 20 last year. This decision of DGCA was taken after the meeting of officials with PM Modi on 27 November. After this, PM Modi once again asked Omicron to review the plan to provide relief in international flights in view of the increased trouble. Being closely monitored.
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Dates not announced yet
International Flight Service Omicron : DGCA said that the dates for resumption of regular international flights cannot be announced yet. It has been said that the information about the appropriate decision in this regard will be notified in due course. Let us inform that at present, India is operating a limited number of international flights under bilateral agreements with various countries. Till the 24th of last month, India has tied up for flights from 31 countries.
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