New Delhi. The Government of India will issue tourist visas to foreign tourists arriving by chartered planes from October 15. The Union Home Ministry said this in an order issued on Thursday. The Ministry of Home Affairs said in its order that foreign tourists who are traveling to India by flight other than a chartered flight will be eligible for this from November 15 following all the Kovid protocols.
Earlier, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had extended the ban on scheduled international passenger flights imposed due to Corona virus till 31 October. Due to the corona virus epidemic, scheduled international flights were banned from 23 March 2020. But from May, 2020, special international flights are being operated under the Vande Bharat Mission. Apart from this, flights are being operated from July, 2020 under the ‘Bilateral ‘Air Bubble’ arrangement with selected countries.
India has signed air bubble agreements with 28 countries including the US, UK, UAE, Kenya, Bhutan and France. Under the air bubble agreement, international flights can be operated between two countries by their airlines.
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