Government extends ban on international commercial airlines flying to India till April 15

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) urged policymakers to exclude freight movement from any restrictions to the need to preserve its continued existence and viability. Air freight is important in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crisis for the shipment of fuel, vital needs and health-related goods. The world economy still requires air freight for companies and manufacturers to start providing.

Government extends ban on international commercial airlines flying to India till April 15

India expanded the prohibition on international commercial airlines operating in India until April 14 (April 15 India time) at 18.30 GMT. The restriction on foreign flights to and from India was formerly until 29 March.

The extension of the ban on planned international commercial flights is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordering a lockdown to counter coronavirus outbreak in India until April 14.

src : thehindubusinessline.com

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