Wednesday 28 October 2020

US passenger flights to India to resume this week

NEW DELHI, July 19, 2020

US air carriers will be allowed to resume passenger services to India starting from July 23, said a report.
The Indian government, citing the Covid-19 pandemic, had banned all scheduled services, said a report in Hindustan Times citing a Reuters report.
India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation said on Twitter it was moving to “further expand our international civil aviation operations” and arrangements from some flights “with the US, the UAE, France and Germany are being put in place while similar arrangements are also being worked out with several other countries”.
“Under this arrangement,” it added, “airlines from the concerned countries will be able to operate flights from and to India along with Indian carriers.”


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