New Delhi: After the relaxation of the lockdown in India, the center started operating some domestic flights.
Now the government is considering once again to start international flight operations.
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Sunday said that India will take a decision on starting international flights when other countries start giving relief in ban on entry of foreign passengers.
The Center will consider it soon after relaxation of the rules regarding admission.
Countries like Japan and Singapore have completely banned entry of foreigners due to Corona virus epidemic.
Puri tweeted, ‘The decision will be taken to resume regular international flights when different countries remove the restrictions on entry to foreign passengers. Destination countries have to be prepared to allow incoming flights.
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