In middle of the uncertainty about restarting of international flights, Air India is expanding its flights and locations for a large number of stranded Indians as part of the ongoing Vande Bharat Mission.
The airline has announced to add more flights under domestic operations from July 15.
“We have added a few more flights on our Domestic routes to provide you with convenient connections. For more information and to book seats please visit http://airindia.in“, tweeted Air India on July 8.
And also, posted about international flights:
In the midst of India’s ongoing negotiations abroad with Vande Bharat Mission flights, the United Arab Emirates, as is known, will enable some Indians with a valid residence or work permit to fly from India from India to the United Arab Emirates.
“The problem is not in the UAE. The problem actually, or the point, is in India. India has not opened up its airports. They do not allow the foreign carriers to fly into India,” UAE ambassador Ahmed Al Banna has recently said.
“Hopefully, very soon, we will be able to overcome that and there will be some operations dedicated to those Indians, who are in India with valid residency and work permit and ICA (Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship) approval and COVID-19 PCR test, to be able to travel from India to the UAE,” he added.