Regular international flights from December 15, with ‘risk’ grading

The Centre has allowed resumption of regular international flights from December 15, nearly 21 months after services were suspended. Now both Indian and foreign airlines can add capacity. Air bubbles, that gave limited flights to some countries during Covid, will burst on December 14, allowing passengers flying between India and rest of the world to also take connections from nearby hubs as per air service agreements with those countries.

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