There will be no flight in operation at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) Delhi for seven days i.e. on January 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 26 between 10.35 am and 12.15 pm i.e. total duration of an-hour and 45-minutes. As per the NOTAM, during these seven days there will be no flight operations for around two hours at Delhi Airport. Landing and take-off will not be allowed during this period. A Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) was issued by Airport Authority of India (AAI) on 12.01.2020. And more than 100 flights will be affected. Hence flight operations of all airlines will be affected due to closure of airspace due to security reason over Delhi during this period as Delhi will be converted to no fly zone due to Republic day.
NOTAM can be seen on the following link:
NOTAM No. A0013/20 Created on 03.01.2020.- For Air space closure
NOTAM No. A0014/20 Created on 03.01.2020.-No flight is permitted to take off/ land at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi and subsidiary airport within 300 km zone of Delhi. Except army aviation, IAF, BSF etc.
NOTAM No. A0015/20 Created on 03.01.2020.- Light/micro-light aircraft, UAV's and similar long range aerial vehicles will not be permitted.
NOTAM No. A0016/20 Created on 03.01.2020 - Hand Gliders, Para-Gliders, Para-Motors, Aero-models and similar short range aerial vehicles will not be permitted.
NOTAM No. A0017/20 Created on 03.01.2020 - All flying objects including airborne video camera/ drone cameras or flying drones will not be permitted.