Air Bubble Agreement Between India And Netherlands

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. The total number of countries under the agreement therefore amounts to 21. Read also – International flights: Kathmandu-New Delhi Air services are likely to be restored from next week More flights, destinations and air bubbles will be put in place to facilitate the arrival and exit of international travel of citizens stranded under the Vande Bharat mission. Now that we are in Phase 7 of the mission, we are pursuing other bubble arrangements, flights and destinations. Faced with an increase in air bubble agreements between India and other countries, Civil Aviation Minister of Trade Unions, Hardeep Singh Puri, said: ”The mission to repatriate stranded citizens began on 6 May 2020 and is now about to be admitted into phase 7. International travel of more than 28 Lakh people has been facilitated so far. There are more flights and air bubble arrangements to do more. VBM continues… As stated on MoCA`s official website, the category of passengers allowed to board flights between these countries is included: India has now entered into an air bubble agreement with the Netherlands and Tanzania. With the addition of these two countries, the country`s air bubble now extends to 20 tourist destinations. The air bubble with the Netherlands will come into effect on 1 November. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has signed a new air bubble agreement with the Netherlands and Rwanda. India can now travel to these countries without authorization.

Regarding the air bubble with the Netherlands, a circular from the Ministry of Civil Aviation states that ”India created an air bubble with the Netherlands from 1 November 2020 and would remain valid until the resumption of scheduled international flights between the two countries.” The circular also mentions that Indian nationals or nationals from Nepal or Bhutan who are stranded in any country in the Schengen area, South America or Africa, as well as all holders of OIC and PIO cards who have passports from any country, can travel on flights from the Netherlands to India. India established an air travel agreement with Bangladesh on 28 October 2020. This plan applies until January 31, 2021. Indian and Bangladeshi airlines are now allowed to provide flights between India and Bangladesh and on these flights the following categories of people: Ukraine is the 17th country to have an air bubble agreement with India. The Indian government has relaxed visa rules for the seven countries with which it shares an air bubble. This means that Indian citizens can travel freely to countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, the Maldives and France. All they need is a valid visa of all kinds (such as work, tourists, student visa) for their destination. However, it is important to review the rules and guidelines adopted by these countries before making plans. India is negotiating with several other countries to enter into bubble travel agreements. These include Singapore, Israel, Russia, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Bangladesh and Kazakhstan. Indian Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Twitter: ”In order to further expand the reach of international air links, an air bubble system is now in effect for flights between India and Ukraine, bringing the number of such agreements to 17.

Indian and Ukrainian airlines will operate between the two countries. For more details on the different flight bubble arrangements, click here. 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.

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