Worldwide Flights: Indians Can Travel to This Nation From October 26
New Delhi: Under the Air Force Agreement, the air carrier Air India on Friday announced that it will operate flights between India-Germany from October 26 to March 28. Registrars can book their tickets at the official airport page, call center or reservation offices. Also Read – International Airlines: Air India Announces Extra Flight in London January 1, Reservation Start | Information Here
“Air India will operate between India-Germany from 26th October 20 to 28 March ’21. Reservations are opened through the AI website, reservation offices, callers and Approved Travel Assistants,” the airline said. Also Read – Is India Stabilizing In The Environment Of COVID-19? Working Cases Lower Below 8 Lakh-mark; Repetition time Increased 70.4 Days
#FlyAI: Air India will operate flights between India-Germany from 26th October 20 to 28 March ’21. Also Read – International Travel: Hong Kong Banes Air India & Vistara Travels From October 17-30 To Bring Appropriate COVID-19 Passengers
Reservations are opened via the AI page, Booking offices, call centers and Certified Travel Agents. pic.twitter.com/KHCvZo4VkM
– Air India (@airindiain) October 16, 2020
Recently, there have been tensions over the number of flights Lufthansa and Air India are operating between the two countries.
This leads to the breakdown of the previous alliance, which is why, Lufthansa and Air India had to cancel their flights between India and Germany.
“Lufthansa had requested that the special visit be extended to the end of September. This is necessary because India, so far, has not agreed to the request by the German government to discuss further bilateral relations,” the plane said in a statement.
The DGCA said India had established a ceasefire with Germany in July this year. “However, there are laws banning Indian citizens who want to go to Germany which puts Indian carriers at great risk which resulted in the unfair distribution of vehicles in favor of Lufthansa,” the DGCA said.
“Against Indian pilots who travel 3-4 times a week, Lufthansa operates 20 times a week. Despite these differences we tried to remove 7 flights each week from Lufthansa which was not approved by them. Negotiations are ongoing,” he said.
Scheduled international flights have been suspended in India since March 23 due to coronavirus infection. However, special flights have been allowed under the “air bubble” India has developed with 17 countries, including Germany.