Indian Govt Allows Normal International Flights From This Date, Except 14 Nations (Full List)
After March 2020, Indian Govt has finally allowed normal international flights to all countries, except 14 nations.
International flights under normal schedule will resume from December 15th.
Here is the full list of nations where normal international flights haven’t been resumed..
Normal International Flights Will Resume
Govt of India and Civil Aviation Ministry has announced that starting December 15th, normal International flights from India will resume to all nations, except 14 countries.
Since a majority of India’s population has already received the vaccination, and the daily caes has come down substantially, this major decision was taken to resume normal International flights.
Due to Coronavirus, the Govt of India had stopped the schedule of normal international flights since March, 2020.
Normal Flights To 14 Nations Not Allowed
However, the Govt of India has announced that the normal international flights won’t be allowed for 14 nations, since these countries are reporting more new cases of Covid 19, and in some cases, the new variant has been detected and is spreading fast.
The 14 nations where normal international flights has not resumed are:
UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Finland, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Singapore.
Among these, South Africa, Hong Kong and Botswana have suddenly become the hub of new variant of Covid-19, that evolves fast, and spreads even faster.
Govt of India has already issued alerts against the spread of this virus.
However, flights will be operating from India to these 14 nations under an air-bubble arrangement that was formulated from 2020.
Under this arrangement of air bubbles, passengers are required to undergo quarantine and should have negative RT-PCR reports to enter or leave the airport.
This is a developing story.. We will keep you updated as more details come in.