In the recently released guidelines under the Unlock 5.0, government of India has announced to extend the ban on the international flights till October 31. The scheduled international flights to and from the country have been under suspension since March 23. Earlier, the overseas flights were suspended till September 30 under the Unlock 4.0 guidelines.
However, government will continue to operate international flights under the Air Bubble pact with various countries, including the US, UK, UAE and more. In total, government has an agreement with 13 different countries to ease the travel ban and allow free-flow of international flights from both the sides.
For countries where Air Bubble Agreement is not yet established, government is undertaking Vande Bharat Mission to repatriate stranded Indians.