India gives green signal to international flights after 2 years

After a two-year break, India will resume international flights on Sunday. According to the administration, a significant step was made in response to expanding worldwide immunization coverage.

Adapting to a world ravaged by the epidemic, the aviation sector – both domestic and foreign – has suffered several setbacks, with new varieties resulting in the reappearance of Covid cases multiple times in the previous two years.


France, Germany, Italy, China, and South Korea are among the countries hit by new waves this month. India, on the other hand, has seen a reduction in cases since the Omicron-driven third wave in January.

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