Worldwide Flights: Air India Publicizes Extra Flights to Canada From Oct 25, Reserving Begins | Particulars Right here

International flights: In light of the increasing demand for international flights, the national airline Air India has announced that it will operate additional flights between India and Canada from October 25 to March 27, 2021. Bookings for the flights have started. Flyers can book their tickets on the airline’s official website, booking offices, call centers or travel agents. Also read – International flights: when will normal international flights resume? Not this year

Planned international passenger flights have been suspended in India since March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, since July, special international flights have been allowed under the bilateral bubble pacts that India has signed with around 16 countries, including Canada. Also read – Ladakh dispute: Time to take talks won’t cause China to change its aggressive stance, US NSA says

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Bookings open today at
1200 hours (IST) through Air India website, booking offices and authorized travel agents.

– Air India (@airindiain) October 9, 2020

Who can travel Check out detailed SOPs

From India to Canada

1. Stranded Canadian nationals / residents and foreigners with a valid Canadian visa that is eligible to enter Canada;

2. Indian nationals with valid visas eligible to enter Canada. It would be up to the airlines concerned to ensure that Indian nationals do not have travel restrictions on entering Canada before issuing a ticket / boarding pass to the Indian passenger

3. seafarers of foreign nationalities; Seafarers holding Indian passports may be approved by the Ministry of Shipping

From Canada to India

1. Stranded Indian Nationals;

2. All OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) card holders with Canadian passports

3. Foreigners (including diplomats) who are entitled to enter India in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of the Interior (MHA) dated June 30, 2020 in the currently valid version.

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