India concluded an air travel agreement with Bangladesh on 28 October 2020. This agreement is valid until 31 January 2021. Indian and Bangladeshi airlines are now allowed to operate flights between India and Bangladesh and carry the following categories of people on such flights: however, as TAS reported earlier this month, the agreement`s seating capacity has been reduced from 10,000 per week to 5,000 per week. Only domestic airlines Oman Air, Salam Air and Air India are allowed to operate during the air bubble agreement. MUSCAT: The air bubble deal between Oman and India has been extended until December 27, a senior official at The Arabian Stories (TAS) reported. India`s Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday signed a new bilateral air bubble agreement with Oman to help stranded Indians. The agreement with Oman applies from 1 October 2020 to 30 November 2020. “TransportPipe” or “air travel agreement” are temporary agreements between two countries to resume commercial passenger traffic in the event of suspension of scheduled international flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are reciprocal, which means that airlines in both countries enjoy similar advantages. The details of agreements like the 18.11.2020 are as follows: NEW DELHI: Here is good news for travelers interested in flying to Oman, since the Indian government has concluded air bubble agreements with the country.
India has built an air bubble with Afghanistan. Indian airlines and Ariana Afghan Airlines are now allowed to operate flights between India and Afghanistan and carry the following categories of people on such flights: “The extension of the air bubble agreement is a great relief, especially for expats who wish to leave the country without having to pay fines,” said a social worker in Muscat. India has the same blowing agreements with the other 15 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bhutan, Kenya, Canada, Iraq, Japan, Maldives, Nigeria, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. Designated airlines of both countries are now allowed to operate flights between India and Oman under the following conditions: Indian and Omani airlines operating round-trip flights to India may carry the following passengers: under an air bubble pact between two countries, special international flights of their airlines may, under restrictive conditions, going to the areas of the other n are carried out. Now, Indian and Omani airlines are allowed to operate flights between India and Oman and carry the following categories of people on these flights: all airlines are allowed to sell tickets between India and the respective countries in any direction through their websites, sales agents and global distribution systems. Under the Air Bubble agreement, airlines from both countries can operate international flights with certain restrictions and regulations with each other. However, as part of the Vande Bharat mission, special international flights have been conducted in India since May and, since July, under bilateral air blowing agreements between India and other countries. India and Oman have reduced their capacity in their travel bubble after passengers tested positive for COVID-19. Under the new agreement, airlines will only be able to fly 5,000 passengers a week in each country, up from 10,000 previously. India has also banned private airlines on flights to Oman and has only allowed the state of Air India on the route. Muscat: An air bubble has set in between India and Oman.
The agreement will apply from 1 October 2020 to 30 November 2020. Designated airlines from both countries are now allowed to offer routes between India and Oman under the following conditions: the agreement, which was due to expire on November 30, has been extended due to travel demand. . . .