The flight ban is a brief measure and shall be in pressure until 31st March 2020.
- Last Updated: March 17, 2020, 12:03 PM IST
- Edited by: Chhavianshika Singh
In continuation of the journey advisory issued on 11th March 2020 and 16th March 2020, which had put a ban on flights from EU, UK, and Turkey, the Government of India has issued an extra journey advisory to stop the unfold of novel coronavirus illness COVID-19.
Travel of passengers from Afghanistan, Philippines, Malaysia to India has been prohibited with speedy impact. No flight shall take off from these nations to India after 1500 hours Indian Standard Time (IS). The airline shall implement this on the port of preliminary departure.
This instruction is a brief measure and shall be in pressure until 31st March 2020 and can be reviewed subsequently.
Earlier, India’s largest worldwide flight provider Air India determined to cancel all its flights to Kuwait until April 30 and curtail providers to numerous different nations, together with Spain, France and Sri Lanka. The transfer got here a day after the nationwide provider introduced a brief suspension of its providers to Rome, Milan and Seoul, amid the coronavirus pandemic which has triggered the imposition of journey restrictions by varied nations throughout the globe. An airline official stated all flights working to and from Kuwait have been cancelled until April 30.
“The existing curtailment of services to Seoul (South Korea), Rome and Milan (Italy) too has been extended till April 30,” he added. “In view of the prevailing fettle due to pandemic / COVID-19, the market planning has taken feedback from respective stations and based on their recommendations, some of the flights to various international destinations are being temporarily suspended while the frequency of other services are being reduced accordingly,” the official stated.
This post was last modified on March 17, 2020 1:20 pm