Dubai: UAE-India special flights operating under the ‘air bubble’ agreement have not been affected by India announcing an extension to restrictions on regular international flights, a top Indian diplomat confirmed.
Pavan Kapoor, India’s Ambassador to the UAE, told Gulf News that all special COVID-19 flights announced under the air bubble agreement will be operating in December. “Our agreement is already operating and has been extended till December 31,” he said, denying any disruptions to UAE-India flights this month.
The Indian ambassador in the UAE has cleared the air about operation of special COVID-19 flights between India and UAE after several people voiced their concerns about possible disruptions.
The envoy cleared the air after several people voiced concerns about the flights’ status. Indian missions and airlines have been receiving enquiries from passengers and travel agents after the country announced an extension to the ban on scheduled commercial services to and from