India postpones resumption of international flights from Dec 15

India postpones resumption of international flights from Dec 15

 

 

India’s aviation regulator DGCA decided to postpone the resumption of scheduled international flights from December 15; citing “evolving global scenario” in the wake of the emergence of the Omicron variant.

Last month, the government had decided to normalise international flight operations from December 15.

India had suspended international flights in March 2020; as the coronavirus epidemic began to spread. Indian authorities had concluded several agreements on “air bubbles”; with various countries allowing passengers to fly.

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Saudi Arabia also confirmed its first case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant; coming from a north African country, reports said.

 

 

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