As per the notification received on 26th March 2020, from DGCA, India, all international passenger flights stand suspended till 1830 GMT on 14th April 2020.
As per the notification received on 27th March 2020, from DGCA, India, all domestic flights stand suspended till 2359 IST on 14th April 2020.
Sultanate of Oman
As per the notification received on 24th March 2020 from PACA, all flights stand suspended with effect from 0800 GMT on 29th March 2020 till 0800 GMT 30th April 2020.
State of Qatar
As per the notification received on 16th March 2020 from Civil Aviation Authority, Qatar, flights between India – Doha stands suspended at least till 31st March 2020.
State of Kuwait
As per the notification received on 11th March 2020 from the State of Kuwait, all flights between India – Kuwait remains temporarily suspended.
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
As per the notification received on 14th March 2020 from GACA, all flights between India – Saudi Arabia remains temporarily suspended.
United Arab Emirates
As per the notification received on 23rd March 2020 from GCAA, UAE, all inbound/ outbound/ transit passenger flights in the UAE stands suspended, with effect from 2359 hours (UAE LT) on 26th March 2020 till 2359 hours (UAE LT) on 09th April 2020, subject to reassessment.
As per the notification received on 23rd March 2020 from GAAS, Singapore, with effect from 0900 hours on 27th March 2020, all passengers entering Singapore, including Singapore Citizens (SC), Permanent Residents (PR), and Long-Term Pass (LTP) holders, must submit a health declaration before proceeding with immigration clearance via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service. The health declaration can be submitted up to three days prior to their arrival in Singapore. However, they must re-submit their health declaration if there are changes to their health condition or travel history before arriving in Singapore. Passengers who have not submitted their health declaration electronically before arriving in Singapore will be required to do so upon arrival at the checkpoint, which could delay the immigration clearance.
Based on https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/additional-border-control-measures-to-reduce-further-importation-of-covid-19-cases, as per Ministry of Health, Singapore, with effect from 2359 hours on 23rd March 2020, no short-term visitors will be allowed to enter/ transit through Singapore. Further, the Ministry of Manpower will only allow the entry/ return of work pass holders, including their dependents, for those providing essential services, such as in healthcare and transport.
All Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long Term Pass holders returning to Singapore will be issued a 14-day SHN.
The Governments of the respective countries will continuously evaluate the measures which are only temporary. For updated information, please check with the respective country’s Govt. or Ministry websites.