India’s national carrier Air India has stated that it will operate additional flights between India and Canada from October 25 to March 27, 2021, amid increased demand for flights to Canada. The flight reservations have begun. In order to reserve their tickets, the flyers may use the airline’s official website, booking offices, call centres or travel agents to book their flights, respectively.
Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, scheduled international passenger flights had been suspended in India since March 23, 2020. However, special international flights were authorized since July 2020 under the bilateral air bubble pacts with 18 countries. These include Japan, US, UK, Germany, France, UAE, Maldives, Ukraine, Bahrain, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Qatar, Iraq, Oman, Bhutan, Kenya, Bangladesh, and Canada.
Who can travel?
From India to Canada:
From Canada to India:
What is an Air bubble?
Air Bubble is a bilateral air corridor that is being established between different countries to ease travel restrictions in the context of travel bans imposed by various countries due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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