Here is the full list of countries with which India has signed an air bubble pact: Germany: the agreement on the air bubble between India and Germany has been suspended due to the consequences of several flights. However, both parties have restored the air bubble and will fly from October 26 to March 28. At a recent press conference, Hardeep Singh Puri, MoS, I/C, Civil Aviation, said that the Government of India has formalized air bubble agreements with 16 countries adding countries like Oman, Bhutan to the list in addition to having concluded agreements with countries such as the United States, Canada, France, Germany, among others. The minister added that the government has discussed similar arrangements with Italy, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and others. Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Thailand, Uruguay. In addition, the list will be expanded to include Japan, South Korea and China as soon as the possibility of reciprocal membership is confirmed. Hong Kong and Macau SARs are also expected to be added to the list soon. India adds the Netherlands and Tanzania to the list of air bubble agreements Some countries have set restrictions or quarantine periods for people arriving from Spain. We recommend that you always check the requirements and recommendations of your destination country. You can also view this map provided by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (available only in Spanish). 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.
In order to mitigate a large number of quarantine and Covid 10 testing rules in arrival destinations, governments are implementing “air bubble” agreements between countries. Air bubbles or travel corridors are systems that are set up between two countries, which perceive each other as safe and allow airlines in both countries to fly passengers in both directions without restrictions. The United Kingdom has published an official list of zero-rated countries and established travel corridors with the following countries and territories. Travellers who visit or return home from the UK are therefore not 40s on arrival. Right now, these travel bubbles have proven to be a blessing for those who want to get their economy back on track. Let us console ourselves, the travellers, that travel bubbles are a telltale sign that we will soon be able to explore the world again. Sharing the update on Twitter, Ministry of Civil Aviation wrote – “Watch out for travelers! An air agreement has been concluded between India and Ethiopia. Designated airlines from both countries are allowed to fly between the two countries.
Please plan your trips accordingly. Ukraine is the 17th country to have air bubble agreements with India`s “Transport Bubbles” or “Air Travel Arrangements”, are temporary agreements between two countries that aim to resume commercial passenger traffic when scheduled international flights are suspended following the COVID 19 pandemic.