Indian national carrier Air India on Monday in a social media post said that it will start operating more flights between India & France from 3rd January to 22nd March 2021 under the air bubble arrangements.
These new additional flights will be operating four days a week in the new year – from Delhi to Paris on Thursdays and Sundays, and from Paris to Delhi on Mondays and Fridays
Here is the details schedule of Air India’s additional flights between India and Germany
|Flight No.||Start Date||End Date||Freq.||Departure||Dep. Time||Arrival||Arr. Time|
|AI 0143||3-Jan-21||21-Mar-21||Thu Sun||Delhi||04:15||Paris||08:30|
|AI 0142||4-Jan-21||22-Jan-21||Mon Fri||Paris||20:25||Delhi||09:00|
The airline has also opened the bookings of new additional flights, tickets can be booked through Air India’s official website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & Authorized Travel Agents.
“#FlyAI: Air India will operate additional flights between India & France from 3rd January to 22nd March 2021. Booking open through Air India Website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & Authorised Travel Agents.” Air India Tweeted.
#FlyAI: Air India will operate additional flights between India & France from 3rd January to 22nd March, 2021.— Air India (@airindiain) November 9, 2020
Booking open through Air India Website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & Authorised Travel Agents. For schedule, please visit the link https://t.co/h4CIrjGK2R pic.twitter.com/w4PFEvQZ40
Last month Air India had added flights between India and Paris from November 1 to January 1 as part of the Vande Bharat Mission – the government’s formalized air bubble arrangements with 20 other countries.
It must be noted that the Govt. of India has recently changed its guidelines for international passengers arriving in India in view of the surge of cases in Europe.
Passengers need not undergo institutional or home quarantine but they have to submit a mandatory negative RT-PCR report conducted within 72 hours of arrival.
Passengers who are unable to undergo the COVID-19 test before their departure and still wish to seek exemption from institutional quarantine can do so by availing of the facility at the airport and undergo the test. Airports including Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Cochin have these facilities available.