The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the International commercial passenger services to/from India till July 31, 2020.
A circular has been passed by the DGCA which says that the suspension will not be applicable to international all-cargo operations and flights approved by DGCA.
The international commercial flight operation was suspended on March 22 by the government to fight the spread of coronavirus disease.
The civil aviation minister on June 20 said that the resumption of international flights depended on other countries being open to receiving flights. However, he had expressed hope that the domestic flights will be restored to their full capacity by the year-end.
Earlier DGCA had suspended all the international flights till July 15.