All international and domestic flights will stay suspended in India till May 3, the last day of the all-encompassing lockdown. The flight service has made the declaration not long after PM Modi pronounced that the lockdown is being expanded
PM Modi on Tuesday declared the expansion of the total lockdown of the nation till May 3. On March 24, PM Modi had reported the lockdown for 21 days and on Tuesday it was stretched out for two additional weeks.
India had prohibited every worldwide flight much before the lockdown while residential travel was additionally suspended a couple of days after the fact.
Presently, with the lockdown being expanded, government sources have said that all international and domestic airline tasks and operations will stay suspended till May 3:12 PM.
Since March 24, when the nation was put on complete lockdown, 650 airplanes have been stranded at various air terminals across India.