It looks like scheduled leisure travelers to India need to wait till the end of June as the country of India as scheduled International Flights to India remains to be suspended till June 30. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) recently announced that all international travel will be suspended till June 30, however, the rule will not be applicable for International-Cargo flights and scheduled flights in which the country is in travel bubble arrangement with.
The DGCA has issued to order where the blanket ban on international flights to be extended till 23:59hrs of June 30, 2021. Speaking about this, they issued a statement “This restriction shall not apply to international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by DGCA.” It further added that International scheduled flights will be allowed on a case-to-cases basis and only flights under scheduled travel routes will be allowed.
Although International Flights were suspended since March last year, India has signed many bilateral agreements with many countries to ensure ease of traveling for passengers.
India has signed travel bubble arrangements with over 27 countries which include the United Kingdom, the United States of America, United Arab Emirates, Bhutan, Kenya, Nepal, Maldives, Rwanda, Ukraine, Kuwait, Uzbekistan, Germany, Nigeria, France, among others. As per the agreement signed between these countries, special flights can be operated between these two countries by their airlines respectively.