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Covid | 'India establishes air travel bubbles with US, France': Hardeep Puri

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Covid | 'India establishes air travel bubbles with US, France': Hardeep Puri

Covid | 'India establishes air travel bubbles with US, France': Hardeep Puri

India has established individual bilateral bubbles with US and France.

Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said air bubbles is the only way forward for international travel amid Covid pandemic.

Puri informed that the government has completed negotiations with some and at an advanced stage with others.

Scheduled international passenger flights have remained suspended in India since March 23.


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