International Flights News: Although international commercial flights are banned in India until 30 November, Tanzania, the Netherlands and Rwanda have joined the country`s air bubble as part of Phase 7 of the Vande Bharat mission. Thus, the total number of countries under the agreement amounts to 21. Read also – International flights: Kathmandu-New Delhi air services probably again from next week the Ministry of Civil Aviation has signed new air bubble agreements with the Netherlands and Rwanda. India can now travel to these countries without authorization. Transportation of the travel bubble with Bhutan and Kenya was commissioned in the first half of October. Under the agreement, Indians will be able to take selected international flights to and from these countries. Until September 17, Bahrain, France, Afghanistan, Canada, Iraq, Germany, Qatar, Japan, Maldives, Nigeria, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States were on the list. Rwanda and the Netherlands are the latest countries to have aviation bubble agreements in place with India, bringing the total number of destinations to 21 destinations. The bilateral corridor allows international flights between the two countries without the need to register with the government for flight authorizations. Passengers can book directly with airlines for unplanned commercial flights as part of the Vande Bharat and Air Transport Bubble Arrangement mission. Apart from these flights to and from India, they will be suspended until 30 November 2020 to stem the pandemic. India adds to the Netherlands and Tanzania in the list of air bubbles With regard to the air bubble with Tanzania, the Ministry of Civil Aviation, sent a tweet in which it said: “Between India and Tanzania, an air bubble system has been set up. Designated airlines from both countries are allowed to fly between the two countries. Watch out for the travellers! An air bubble system has been set up between India and Tanzania.
Carrie has designated herself. t.co/p2657aMT4h As civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri pointed out, air bubbles are “in a backward phase compared to normal civil aviation activities.” In other words, these flights are somewhat more developed than return flights, but have not yet reached the “normal” level. The agreement with the Netherlands will enter into force on 1 November 2020. With the addition of these two countries, India`s air bubble regime now extends to 20 destinations that India has created with the Netherlands. It will come into effect on 01.11.2020. Indian and Maldives airlines are now allowed to fly between India and the Netherlands and carry the following categories of people on these flights: here you will find details on individual bubble systems.