As per the various sources and news houses, DGCA has made the decision to keep international flights shut till 30th June. Government of India yesterday issued a documentation regarding opening of lockdown in India, famously named as ‘Unlock 1.0’ by the media houses. Soon after that DGCA, which is the prime body in India for civil aviation said that the international operations will remain shut 30th June. On the seafarers point of view, that is not much great news as lot of seafarers are stranded on ships as crew changes are restricted and happening in selected ports only. International flights to operate smoothly, other countries should also start the system of same.
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Though Indian government have given permission to use the chartered plane by ship management companies, not much have been heard in this area. Domestic Flights have been operating since 25th May.