Indian flag-carrier Air India on Tuesday in a social media post share an update on flights between India and UK.
Air India, in a series of tweets, informed that it will operate 15 flights between India & UK from 1st to15th May 21.
The airline has scheduled 7 flights on the Mumbai-London Heathrow-Mumbai route, 6 flights on the Delhi-London Heathrow-Delhi route, and 2 flights on the Bengaluru-London Heathrow-Bengaluru route.
|Mumbai-London Heathrow-Mumbai||1/4/6/8/11/13/15 May 2021|
|Delhi-London Heathrow-Delhi||2/3/7/9/10/14 May 2021|
|Bengaluru-London Heathrow-Bengaluru||5/12 May 2021|
The airline further informed that the bookings of the above-mentioned flights are open through Air India Website, Mobile App, Booking Offices, Call center & Authorised Travel agents.
It is important to mention that passengers who are already booked on these dates and wish to travel, will be required to rebook and revalidate their bookings.
Air India also requested all the passengers before planning their travel to check out the recent guidelines announced by UK Govt.
It will be the sole responsibility of the passengers to ensure his/her eligibility to enter the destination country. Air India will accept no liability if non-compliance results in denied boarding, said Air India in the same tweet.
It must be noted that the Health Secretary of UK Matt Hancock said starting from 0300 GMT on 23rd April, Friday, India was being added to Britain’s ‘Red List’ of countries, banning all arrivals from India except for the UK or Irish nationals.
National of British, Irish, and third-country only with residence rights (including long-term visa holders) will be allowed to enter the United Kingdom but will be required to quarantine for ten days in a government-approved hotel