International flights to remain non-operable until November 30: DGCA

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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that all international passenger flights operating to-and-from India will continue to be non-operable up to 30 November, until further orders. The DGCA extended the suspension of international flight operations that was due to expire on 31st October. Aviation-regulated special flights such as flights under the Vande Bharat mission, charter flights, and repatriation flights including all-cargo international flights will continue to operate, according to DGCA’s statement. However, on case-to-case basis, some international flights may be allowed to function on specific routes. To control…

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