International flights will begin from today
New Delhi: The central government has decided to resume international flights due to the reduction in cases of coronavirus infection in the country. The service will start today. International flights have been banned for the past two years due to the epilepsy. However, as of July 2020, special air services have been operating between India and 34 countries under the Air Bubble arrangement.
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According to the new order, the air bubble system will also be completed, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said. According to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, passengers will still have to wear masks at airports or airports. As the corona case dwindles, the need to wear a full PPE kit for members of the driver’s team has been eliminated.