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A great piece of news comes straight from the Land of Maple Leaf for all Indians!
As countries all around the world are encouraging tourism amidst the pandemic, India isn’t far behind! Recently, India announced air bubbles with 4 countries and Canada is the new addition to it! The India-Canada air bubble agreement is operational now and all those who are blessed with the ‘wanderlust gene’ and are craving a holiday can now head to the Great White North! Traveling during the time of Coronavirus comes with certain rules and regulations. Follow all the rules and be a responsible traveler!

Details About The Agreement

Details About The Agreement

The Director-General of Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) stated that as per bubble agreement, any Indian holding any kind of valid visa can now travel to Canada. Here are all the details that you must be aware of about the India-Canada air bubble agreement!

Who Can Fly To India

According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, all Overseas Citizens of India holding valid Canadian passports, stranded Indian nationals, and foreigners, including diplomats, are allowed to fly to India. All visitors should also have a valid visa from any category.

Who Can Fly To Canada

The Ministry of Shipping will allow clearance of all Stranded Canadian residents and nationals, any Indian with any type of valid Canadian visa, seamen of both Indian origin and foreign nationalities.

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After the latest India-Canada air bubble agreement, all your dreams about traveling are going to come true and all you need to do is to maintain social distancing as that’s the new rule for a vacation. The Great White North is now waiting for your visit and its time for you to plan your vacation in Canada right away! Wait! Before you leave, do carry your new travel buddies along with you i.e a sanitizer, a face mask, and hand gloves! Bon, Voyage, and get there safe!

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