Delhi-Tokyo flight providers start! Test dates, air-bubble tips and Covid-19 testing guidelines

Passengers wishing to reserve tickets to India will no longer be required to register at the Embassy of India in Tokyo. (Reuters photo)

Good news between Delhi and Tokyo as India and Japan have agreed to restart the aircraft as part of the ‘Air Bubble’. Flyers can fly between Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and Tokyo International Airport (HND). The Embassy of India, Tokyo, has issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to passengers on India in accordance with the Air Bubble agreement.

Passengers wishing to reserve tickets to India will no longer be required to register at the Embassy of India in Tokyo. This is possible because India and Japan have signed an agreement under the ‘Air Bubble system’.

Air India has announced the Air bubble system from Delhi to Tokyo from November 2 to December 28, 2020. The flight from Tokyo to Delhi will be operational from November 4 to December 30, 2020.

Flyers will no longer need “No Objection” from the ambassador to board ‘Air Bubble’ flights to India.

Passengers are encouraged to register with Air Suvidha. Flyers are able to register and pick up a pre-registration form. Flyers can register at Air Suvidha at the New Delhi Airport page.

Flyers from Japan are no longer required to issue and send an Accredited Letter to Delhi.

Establish rules, Covid-19 guidelines: According to the rules set by the Government of India, seven days of solitary confinement is essential upon arrival. However, flyers can exclude opportunities in this regard. Must test RT-PCR for Coronavirus 96 hours before boarding. Flyers can upload the results to the Air Suvidha port 72 hours prior to departure and must have the initial report required to be submitted to the health authorities after landing.

The Vande Bharat Mission’s intelligence mission was set up by the central government on May 7 to repatriate Indians who have been missing abroad and to transport migrants who have disappeared from India as a result of the Coronavirus epidemic. The flights originated with countries such as Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, US, UK, UAE, Philippines, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka.

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