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India resumes scheduled international flights from March 27

09.03.2022 158 просмотров

India lifts from March 27 the ban on international air travel imposed due to the pandemic.

India made the decision on Tuesday to lift the ban on international flights after a two-year hiatus imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India, overseas flights will be fully allowed from March 27.

“Recognizing the wide coverage of vaccination worldwide and after consulting with stakeholders, the Government of India has decided to resume scheduled commercial international passenger services to and from India. India from 03/27/2022, i.e. from the beginning of the summer schedule (flights) 2022,” the aviation authority said in a press release distributed here. March 23, 2020 due to an increase in the incidence of COVID-19.

Since July 2020, bilateral agreements with individual countries on the "air bubble" (limited air travel only for citizens of these countries) have been in force. India has concluded air bubble pacts with 28 states, including Russia.

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