Schedule International Flight Canceled
Big News! All scheduled international flights canceled, big decision of central government
In view of the fear of third wave of Corona, the government has suspended the scheduled international commercial passenger flight till 30 September. This will apply to both from India and to India.
- fear of third wave of corona
- schedule international flight suspended till 30 september
- Change in the fare of lower cap
New Delhi: The third wave of Corona is intensifying. In the last few days, new cases have started increasing rapidly and at present more than 45 thousand cases are being reported daily. In view of this situation, the central government has announced to increase the ban on scheduled international commercial flights. This ban on commercial flights has now been extended till 30 September. DGCA has given this information.
- schedule international flight suspended
Significantly, the DGCA had suspended the scheduled international flight service to and from India till August 31. But in view of the corona infection, it has now been extended for a month to 30 September. This rule will not apply to international cargo flights. Apart from this, if a flight has got special approval from DGCA, then this rule will not be applicable there too.
- Fair also changed
The lower air fare has been increased from 2600 to 2900 for routes less than 40 minutes. The upper cap has been increased by 12.82 per cent to 8800. For air routes of 40-60 minutes, the lower cap has been increased from 3300 to 3700 and the upper cap has been increased by 12.24 per cent to Rs 11,000. For 60-90 minutes flight, the minimum cap has been increased to Rs 4500 and upper cap to Rs 13200.
- Know what is the new lower cap
For flights of 90-120, 120-150, 150-180 and 180-210 minutes, the new lower cap has been increased to Rs 5300, 6700, 8300 and 9800. Currently this cap was Rs 4700, 6100, 7400 and 8700. For flights of 90-120, 120-150, 150-180 and 180-210 minutes, the upper cap has been increased by 12.3 per cent, 12.42 per cent, 12.74 per cent and 12.39 per cent. This does not include passenger security fees and user development fees.