New Delhi: The ban on international passenger flights has been extended to March 31, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said in a statement on Friday. It said the ban on regular international passenger flights from India to India would be in force until June 54. The ordinance was amended slightly and yesterday’s ruling was issued. However, this cut-off will not apply to international airlines and special airlines approved by the ‘DGCA’. International aviation restrictions have been imposed.