December 10, Kathmandu: The Indian government has decided to suspend international commercial flights until January 31 to prevent further transmission of the omicron variant of Corona.
Earlier, the Indian government was preparing to start all international flights from December 15.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India has issued a notice stating that these flights have now been postponed till January 31. This restriction does not apply to international cargo flights.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India has stated that some international commercial flights may be approved under special circumstances.
India has signed air bubble agreements with more than 30 countries, according to the directorate.