New Delhi: The Civil Aviation Ministry said on Friday evening that India is set to resume scheduled international flights from December 15. It noted that the “matter has been reviewed and the competent authority” had decided to resume such flights (to and from India).
“Resumption of scheduled commercial international passenger services, to and from India, has been examined in consultation with Ministry of Home Affairs, External Affairs and Health, and it has been decided… may be resumed from December 15,” said the ministry.
— DGCA (@DGCAIndia) November 26, 2021
Scheduled international flights — barring repatriation services and flights carrying essential goods — were banned in March last year following the Covid induced lockdown.