Coronavirus: India imposes one-week ban for all international passenger aircraft from March 22

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Coronavirus: India imposes one-week ban for all international passenger aircraft from March 22

India has barred all foreign passenger aircraft from landing in the country for one week beginning on 22 March 2020 in an additional advisory released by the central government.

“After March 22, 2020, no planned international commercial passenger aircraft will be allowed to land in India for one week,” the pib release says.

Meanwhile, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has told that foreign commercial passenger aircraft are allowed to land in the country for a maximum of 20 hours of time. But flights, which include both Indians and foreigners, will not be able to disembark passengers after 8 pm on March 22.

 

src:itln

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