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India to allow international flights operations from Dec 15
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India to allow international flights operations from Dec 15
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New Delhi, Nov 27 (TIWN) India will allow resumption of scheduled commercial international passenger services from December 15, it was announced on Friday.

“The matter has been reviewed and the competent authority has decided to resume the scheduled commercial international passenger services to/from India with effect from 15 December 2021,” the order by office of MoCA said.

Flights to nations not classified as “at-risk” can resume to full capacity entitlement according to bilateral air service agreements.  Countries under the “at-risk” category will need to follow additional measures on arrival in India, including post-arrival testing.

Countries “at risk” include the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Hong Kong and Israel. India has air-bubble pacts with 28 countries, including the US, the UK, the UAE and France.

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