The Air Bubble Agreement is a bilateral air corridor between different countries to ease travel restrictions imposed by different countries because of coronavirus. Despite the ban, India was one of the first nations to begin repatriating stranded Indians as early as May. Soon after, Air Bubbles was created to make travel easier. The Ministry of Civil Aviation recently announced that it had introduced air bubbles with two other countries, Ukraine and Bangladesh, the total number of countries with which bilateral air bubbles appeared to 18. Several locations like Hong Kong and Germany have suspended flights with India over Covid-19 cases or flight plans. Selected flights to international destinations have been underway since May as part of the Vande Bharat mission and bilateral air bubble pacts signed with different countries. India is negotiating with several other countries to enter into bubble travel agreements. These include Singapore, Israel, Russia, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Bangladesh and Kazakhstan. It should be noted that the introduction of an air bubble does not mean that international commercial passenger flights are resurrected.
They are also different from return flights, which are only one lane. As part of the Vande Bharat mission, more flights, destinations and air bubbles will be put in place to facilitate international round-trip flights of stranded citizens. Germany: The agreement on air bubbles between India and Germany has been suspended due to several flights. However, both parties have restored the air bubble and will fly from October 26 to March 28. However, there are several countries, including Germany and Hong Kong, where flights from India are suspended due to a lack of air traffic bubbles. EU Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri recently said the government was continuing to try to conclude air bubble pacts with 13 countries, including Italy, New Zealand, Australia, Israel, Kenya, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said that an air bubble agreement is now in effect for flights between India and Ukraine, the number of these agreements to 17 Aviation Ministers of India, Hardeep Singh Puri, took on Twitter, “In order to expand the perimeter of the international air link, a bubble agreement is now in force for flights between India and Ukraine , the number of these agreements stands at 17.