New Delhi: To maintain international commercial links, Centre has kept the freighter operations free from any restrictions.
According to the aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), there are no restrictions imposed on domestic and foreign air operators for carrying out cargo operations.
"Currently, there are no restrictions imposed on domestic or foreign air operators for carrying out cargo operations at any airport in India. All stakeholders kindly note," the DGCA tweeted on Monday.
However, all international passenger flights have been prohibited to land in India from Sunday till a week's time to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, national capital's IGI Airport remains functional despite massive lockdown measures being implemented by the authorities across the country.
Accordingly, Domestic flights to and from the IGI, Delhi continued to operate.