Air India Starts Non-Stop Flights To Sydney From This Indian City: Dates, Rules, Vaccines
Air India has decided to start non-stop flights to Sydney, which will greatly benefit thousands of Indian immigrants who are working in Australia.
Find out more about this development, right here!
New Delhi To Sydney Direct Flights
Air India has announced that they are launching direct flights, no zero stops, between Sydney and New Delhi.
These flights will start from November 15th, 2021, and the bookings are already open on Air India website.
These flights will be thrice a week, and will be governed under the protocols of Vande Bharat Mission.
Schedule Of New Delhi-Sydney Flights
While AI 302 will fly at 13.15 from New Delhi and reach Sydney at 0710 local time, AI 301 flight will fly at 1015 from Sydney, and land at Delhi at 1725 local time.
Notably, Qantas Airlines from Australia has already announced non-stop flights between Sydney and New Delhi from December 6th, via their massive A330 aircraft.
Air India plans to run New-Delhi-Sydney-New Delhi flights on the same route as that of Qantas.
Australia Recognises Covaxin Vaccine
As per information received, Australia has recognized the Covaxin vaccine made by Bharat Biotech.
Australia’s medicines and medical devices regulator TGA said, “Today, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) determined that Covaxin (manufactured by Bharat Biotech, India) and BBIBP-CorV (manufactured by Sinopharm, China) vaccines would be ‘recognised’ for the purpose of establishing a traveller’s vaccination status.”
None the less, WHO has recently approved Covaxin vaccine for international travel and other requirements, that means that Australia and other nations will have to allow Covaxin-vaccinated travellers.
Starting November, Australia has relaxed a lot of rules for international travellers, as they have opened up their borders for normal international travel.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.
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