Tuesday, July 28, 2020

International travel restarts via 'air bubbles'; who's allowed

The Ministry of Civil Aviation announced the establishment of bilateral air bubbles with the US, France, and Germany on July 16. “Between 22nd July - 31 August, Air India will be operating 30 flights a week to the US (New York, Chicago, Washington, New Jersey, and San Francisco), 4 flights a week to Germany (Frankfurt) and 3 flights a week to France (Paris)”, said the Ministry of External Affairs. India is in the process of establishing similar air corridors with Canada, the UK, other European, and Gulf countries.

Here’s a quick guide on the categories of visa holders who can use this facility but let's start at the very beginning >>
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