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What is Travel Bubble? Here’s an Updated List of India Travel Bubble

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What is Travel Bubble?

Travel bubble is a temporary arrangements between two countries aimed at restarting commercial passenger services when regular international flights are suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These are also known as travel bridges / corona corridors / bilateral bubble arrangement. These travel bubbles are reciprocal in nature, meaning airlines from both countries enjoy similar benefits.

For example, an arrangement between say India and Canada will see citizens from either country traveling between the two nations without being compulsorily quarantined.

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Below is an updated Air Transport Bubble Countries List:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Bahrain
  3. Bhutan
  4. Canada
  5. France
  6. Germany
  7. Iraq
  8. Japan
  9. Kenya
  10. Maldives
  11. Nigeria
  12. Oman
  13. Qatar
  14. United Arab Emirates (UAE)
  15. United Kingdom (UK)
  16. United States of America (USA)

The concept of travel bubbles was first carried out by three Baltic states — Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This arrangement granted citizens of member countries entry into their territories.

Over time, smaller bubbles have emerged between various nations and is likely to be the preferred way by various governments towards resuming international air travel.

Updated on 3 October 2020
Source : https://www.civilaviation.gov.in/en/about-air-transport-bubbles

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