New Delhi: Flights between India and Britain will resume from 8 January 2021. The Union Minister of Civil Aviation said that this decision has been taken. He said that till January 23, operations would be limited to 15 flights per week. This limit is for the airlines of both countries and flights will operate only from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
India has banned passenger flights between the two countries to prevent it from spreading to India after a new type of covid 19 was revealed in Britain. This ban was imposed from 23 December to 31 December. Earlier on Tuesday, the minister had said that he expected the temporary ban on flights between India and Britain to be extended for some more time.
Explain that a different type of corona virus (strain) is spreading rapidly in eastern England including London, the capital of Britain. India’s Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan had said that the government is fully alert on the new strain of corona virus and there is no need to panic about it.