The air bubble deal between Qatar and India has been extended until December 31, the Indian embassy said on Twitter on Wednesday. “We thank the civil aviation authorities of India and Qatar. Our efforts to facilitate movement between India and Qatar continue,” the message tweeted. As part of an air bubble pact between the two countries, specific international flights can be made by their airlines to each other`s areas under restrictive conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. India has bilateral air bubble agreements with several countries to facilitate passenger travel. The Ministry of Civil Aviation announced on the microblogging site Twitter the travel authorization for passengers traveling from India to Qatar and Qatar to India. Air bubbles or travel corridors are systems set up between two countries that consider each other safe and allow airlines from both countries to fly without restrictions in both directions. Hi Naveen! Qatar Airways is not part of the air transport agreement between the United States and India. However, special international flights have been carried out since May as part of the Vande Bharat mission and since July under bilateral air blowing agreements between India and other countries.
Hi, Rajnish! Qatar Airways operates blowing flights between Qatar and India. Earlier, India`s Ministry of Civil Aviation announced the creation of an air bubble with Qatar from August 18 to 31 for flights to and from both sides, as agreed by the Qatari Civil Aviation Authority.