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International flight services to normalise by this year-end: Civil Aviation Secy

Scheduled international passenger flights to and from India remain suspended since March last year due to the pandemic
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Our Bureau, PTI   |   New Delhi   |   Published 24.11.21, 03:12 PM

Civil Aviation Secretary Rajiv Bansal on Wednesday said international flight services are expected to be normalised by the end of this year.

Scheduled international passenger flights to and from India remain suspended since March last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. India has air bubble arrangements with more than 25 countries for operating international flights.

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On resumption of normal services to global destinations, Bansal said international flight services are expected to be normalised "very soon" and "by the end of this year".

Under an air bubble arrangement between the two countries, international passenger flights can be operated by their respective carriers into each other's territories subject to certain conditions.



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