India has bilateral air travel arrangements in place with several countries to facilitate travel for passengers. The Ministry of Civil Aviation took to Twitter to announce the travel eligibility for passengers travelling from India to Qatar and Qatar to India. This comes as both countries signed a bilateral air bubble pact, allowing airlines of both countries to operate international flights with certain restrictions.
Under a bilateral air bubble pact, airlines of both countries can operate international flights with certain restrictions. They are said to be reciprocal, which means that airlines from both countries enjoy equal benefits.
“India has created an air bubble arrangement with the State of Qatar. This bubble is valid till 31.10.2020,” read the post