Air India To Operate More Flights Between India And UK In Nov


Indian national carrier, Air India on Wednesday announced that it will operate more flights between India and UK from 30th Oct to 29th Nov 20 under the Air Bubble Agreement.

As per the update posted by the airline on twitter it will operate a weekly flights on Delhi-Amritsar-Birmingham route on every Friday & on Birmingham-Amritsar-Delhi on every Saturday throughout the November.


Here is the full schedule of Air India’s additional flights between India and UK

Flight No.Start dateEnd DateFreqDepartureDep. TimeArrivalArr. Time
AI 111730-Oct-2027-Nov-20FRIDelhi10:30Amritsar11:30
AI 111730-Oct-2027-Nov-20FRIAmritsar13:00Birmingham16:20
AI 111831-Oct-2028-Nov-20SATBirmingham19:00Amritsar08:05
AI 111801-Nov-2029-Nov-20SUNAmritsar09:30Delhi10:30

Air India has also open the bookings for these additional flights, bookings can be done through the Air India Website, Booking Offices and Authorized Travel Agents.

Last month the airline said that it will operate additional flights between India & UK from 25th Oct to 31st Dec, ’20. Flights will operate from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Kochi & Goa.”

India has created an air travel arrangement with the United Kingdom. Indian and UK carriers are now permitted to operate services between India and UK and carry the following categories of persons on such flights:

From India to UK

  • Stranded UK nationals/residents, foreign nationals transiting through UK or spouses of these persons, whether accompanying or otherwise;
  • Any Indian national holding any type of valid UK visa and destined for the UK only. It would be for the airlines concerned to ensure that there is no travel restriction for Indian nationals to enter the UK with the particular visa category before the issue of ticket/ boarding pass to the Indian passenger; and
  • Seamen of foreign nationalities; Seamen holding Indian passports would be allowed subject to clearance from the Ministry of Shipping

From UK to India

  • Stranded Indian nationals;
  • All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding UK passports; and
  • Foreigners (including diplomats), who are eligible to enter India as per the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020 as amended from time to time.

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