British Airways has open bookings for international flight between India and UK under the air bubble agreement. The airline will operate flight from Delhi to London on August 19.
As both countries has finalized their air bubble agreement to repatriate stranded nationals, Air India has also announced additional flights to the UK under the 5th phase of Vande Bharat Mission.
Bookings for the flights, which will operate from August 4 to August 27 opened on July 28. before this, the national flight carrier announced that it will operate flights from selected cities from India including Delhi, Bengaluru, Amritsar, Mumbai, and Kochi.
Also, Air India had announced that it will be operating international flights to London starting July 26, 2020. These flights will operate till July 30 and will connect Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi, and Amritsar.
Recently, Air India opened bookings for International flights to the united states starting July 22. Under the fourth phase of Vande Bharat Mission, the airline had announced 180 flights.
The 5th phase of Vande Bharat Mission is set to commence tomorrow with additional flights announced by Air India to international destinations.
The fourth phase of the Vande Bharat Mission brought back as much as 2.5 lakh Indians from 53 countries around the world.
Under the Phase 4 of the Vande Bharat mission, a total of 1,197 flights were scheduled, including 945 international flights and 252 feeder flights, MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava had said at a media briefing.
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