International Flights: Air Bubble With UAE Ends Today, Nod For Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain Flights Awaited


The air bubble between India and the UAE ended today, as air bubbles are time-bound and have limited agreement period.

However, it hasn’t announced yet whether the agreement will be renewed or a new one will be signed in August.

In the meantime, two-way flight agreements with other Gulf states – Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia – are expected.

Because the demand for a resumption of normal two-way operations between India and the Gulf States is growing rapidly.


Signing these air bubbles doesn’t just depend on India. This also depends on the travel restrictions imposed in the countries.

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Only the UAE has opened its airports among the Gulf States. The other Gulf States have entry restrictions that do not apply to humanitarian repatriation flights such as the Vande Bharat Mission.

However, in August, India would sign an agreement with Israel on flights in the Tel Aviv-Delhi-Kochi sector, according to a report.


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