New Delhi: Passengers taking worldwide flights from India needn’t apply to the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and might immediately e-book their tickets with the airways, mentioned an official assertion on Wednesday.
A normal working protocol issued by the Residence Ministry on August 22 acknowledged that individuals who’re eligible to journey on outbound flights “will apply to MoCA or an agency/agencies designated by MoCA for this purpose with necessary details, including places of departure & arrival”.
The MoCA mentioned on Twitter on Wednesday that it “has designated all the airlines operating under Vande Bharat Mission & air transport bubble arrangements as designated agencies for this purpose”.
“Passengers may book tickets directly with the airlines concerned. They need not apply/register with the Ministry of Civil Aviation,” it added.
Whereas scheduled worldwide passenger flights proceed to stay suspended within the nation since March 23 as a result of coronavirus pandemic, particular worldwide flights have been working beneath Vande Bharat Mission and bilateral air bubble preparations.
Since July this yr, India has signed separate bilateral air bubble preparations with varied nations just like the US, the UK, the UAE, Germany, France and Qatar.
Underneath a bilateral bubble pact, airways of each the nations can function particular worldwide passenger flights with sure restrictions.
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