The Indian national carrier, Air India on Saturday announced few additional evacuation flights from India to Singapore, Germany, and Canada under the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 4.
Air India will operate these additional flights between July 18 and July 25 and booking of all these flights will be open from July 13.
Air India Additional Flights To Singapore, Germany & Canada
Air India will operate four additional flights under the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 4 from 19th to 22nd July connecting Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru & Chennai with SINGAPORE.
India to Singapore Additional Evacuation Flights Schedule
- Bengaluru-Singapore-Bengaluru: July 19
- Mumbai-Singapore-Mumbai: July 20
- Chennai-Singapore-Chennai: July 21
- Delhi-Singapore-Delhi: July 22
Booking will be open on 13th July from 1200hrs IST on Air India website.
On the India-Germany route, the will operate two additional flights on 21st & 23rd July connecting Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, & Kochi with FRANKFURT, Germany, under the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 4.
India to Germany Additional Evacuation Flights Schedule
- Mumbai-Frankfurt-Mumbai-Hyderabad-Chennai: July 21
- Delhi-Frankfurt-Delhi-Bengaluru-Kochi: July 23
Booking will be open on 13th July from 1400hrs IST on Air India website.
From India to Canada Air India will operate three additional flights under the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 4, from 18th to 25th July connecting Delhi, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Mumbai, Kochi & Bengaluru with Toronto.
India to Canada Additional Evacuation Flights Schedule
- Delhi-Toronto-Delhi-Ahmedabad-Mumbai: July 18
- Delhi-Toronto-Delhi-Bengaluru-Kochi- July 22
- Delhi-Toronto-Delhi-Amritsar- July 25
Bookings will open on 13th July from 1700hrs IST on Air India website.
For bookings, passengers can also visit the Air India city office or Airport Booking Offices.
In addition, India is in talks with the U.S. and Canada, as well as countries in Europe and the Gulf region, about creating individual bilateral bubbles that allow each country’s airlines in the pact to operate international flights, said Arvind Singh, chairman of the Airports Authority of India (AAI).