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    Air Travel Bubble

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    The scope of traveling has been further widened in the country under the air travel bubble arrangements in India being created with several different countries for eligible people. Passengers can now travel to 24 countries with this air travel bubble arrangements. Travelers are delighted and welcoming the arrangements open heartedly. After France, South America, Africa, etc., connectivity are now further broadened ensuring safe travel experience.

    Similarly, air travel bubble arrangements in India has now allowed passengers traveling from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania to travel to any country in Africa. On the other hand, passengers traveling between India and Ukraine can travel to and from CIS countries except Russia.

    Countries Connected Through Air Travel Bubble Arrangements

    Germany Afghanistan Nepal Bahrain
    Ethiopia Maldives Iraq UAE
    United Kingdom Kuwait France Bangladesh
    Netherlands Tanzania Nigeria Japan
    Kenya Oman Bhutan Qatar
    Rwanda Canada Ukraine USA

    Suggested Read: A Detailed Post-Covid 19 Travel Guide To Maldives: Your One-Stop Solution On How To Break The Monotony

    Announcements On Air Travel Bubble Arrangements

    Passengers traveling under air bubble

    The Aviation Ministry said in a tweet, “Passengers traveling under air bubble arrangements with France, Germany and Netherlands can further travel to EU/Schengen area, American and African countries. Travelers of bubble arrangement between India-Qatar and India-UAE can further travel to South America and Africa.”

    Citizens of Nepal and Bhutan are allowed to travel via India to some air bubble countries. Under air travel bubble arrangements in India, passengers are now allowed to travel to Ethiopia, France, Germany, Iraq, Kenya, Netherland, Qatar, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ukraine and UAE. As per the Aviation minister HS Puri tweeted, “ Normal flight services resume with Nepal under an air bubble arrangement for Indians, Nepalese nationals, and all those having valid Indian visa (except tourist visa). OCI and PIO card holders will also be able to travel now. Further, Air India and Nepal Airlines will operate one flight each daily.

    Things To Know About Air Travel Bubble Arrangements

    The following travelers can get connected to the other parts of the world through air travel bubbles arrangement by India:

    • The traveler must be Indian national holding a valid visa for the destination country
    • OCI cardholders who wish to come to India can travel with air bubble arrangements
    • Foreign airlines carrying passengers who wish to transit through their countries subject to the destination country

    Further Read: An All-In-One Post-Covid Travel Guide To Northeast India: Stay Safe & Sanitized In The Seven Sister States!

    With travel resuming its pace, air travel bubbles from various countries have been implemented post covid-19 that are helping people in traveling easily and efficiently around the world. So what are you waiting for? Checkout some amazing international tour packages, and plan your next safe and sanitized vacation with TravelTriangle.

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