Delhi: India to resume regular international flights starting from December 15, barring 14 countries, people familiar with the development said on Friday.
The countries which do not feature on the list are UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Finland, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand , Zimbabwe and Singapore, sources said.
The decision has been reportedly taken in consultation with the Union Health Ministry in light of the Covid-19 scenario across the world, especially the emergence of new variants.
Recently, Civil Aviation Secretry Rajiv Bansal has said that the international flight operations are expected to return to normal soon. “We expect normalcy to return in international flight operations very soon,” he said.
Source : Hindustan Times.
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