Air Bubble Agreement With Oman

Indian and Bangladeshi airlines are now allowed to fly between India and Bangladesh and carry the following categories of passengers on these flights: the Air Bubble agreement allows passengers from both countries to travel smoothly to the territories of the other country in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic. Regarding the distribution of airlines and destinations, the official clarified: “As for the Omani side, the CAA has asked India to distribute the 5,000 passengers among its airlines, so that the total number of passengers per week is 10,000 in both directions. But Indian authorities banned private airlines and only granted permission to the two state-owned airlines Air India and Air India Express.

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