New Delhi, June 27 -- International flights will remain suspended till July 15, the government has said. This was announced by the DGCA.

The centre said that scheduled International commercial passenger services to and from India will remain suspended till July 15. Consultations have begun on allowing private carriers to operate on some international routes.

The restriction would not apply to international cargo operations and flights that are specifically approved by the aviation regulator.

The US administration had objected to India's Vande Bharat mission under which Air India is flying to the US, but American carriers are being denied permission to fly on the American India routes.

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