The suspension of all booked global business traveler flights has been reached out till the finish of December 2020 in the wake of a spike in Covid cases.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in a round dated November 26 said all booked worldwide business traveler flights traveling to and from India will stay suspended till December 31.
In any case, these limitations won't make a difference to load tasks and administrations endorsed by the DGCA.
The DGCA likewise included that select worldwide flights restricted courses might be permitted by capable experts on case to case premise.
The DGCA had before suspended planned global traveler trips till November 30.
The booked global traveler administrations have been suspended in India since March 23 due to the Covid pandemic. However, uncommon global flights have been working since May and under the two-sided 'air bubble' game plans with chosen nations since July.
India has shaped air bubble settlements with around 20 nations, including the US and the UK. Under an air bubble settlement between two nations, unique worldwide flights can be worked by their carriers between their domains.
The booked homegrown traveler flights continued in India on May 25 following a hole of two months in the midst of the pandemic circumstance.