Air India To Resume Flights To Germany From Today


National Carrier, Air India has resumed flights operations between India and Germany from today, October 26 under the air bubble arrangements.

“FlyAI: Air India will operate flights between India-Germany from 26th Oct’ 20 to 28th March ’21 under Air Transport Bubble Arrangements. Bookings for above can be made through the Air India website, Booking offices, call center, and Authorised Travel Agents.” Air India said in a tweet.

India had formalized an ‘air bubble’ agreement with Germany in July 2020. The air bubbles arrangement between the two countries helps airlines to operate international flights with certain restrictions.


Flight services between India and Germany have recommenced under the bilateral air bubble arrangement, and Lufthansa and Air India will operate 10 and seven flights, respectively, per week, Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri had said.

Taking to Twitter, Puri said, “Flights between India & Germany recommence under air bubble arrangement. Lufthansa will operate from Delhi (4 days), Mumbai (3 days) & Bengaluru (3 days). @airindiain will operate 5 weekly flights from Delhi & 2 every week from Bengaluru to Frankfurt.”

Scheduled commercial international flights have been suspended in India since March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic.


However, special international passenger flights have been operating in India under the Vande Bharat Mission since May and under bilateral air bubble arrangements formed between India and other countries since July.

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  1. Why , Chennai is not connected to Frankfurt through AIRINDIA? WHY ? CHENNAI IS NOT PART OF INDIA ? This is really not fair.

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