NEW DELHI :
India is considering the establishment of an “individual bilateral bubbles” with the united states, the united KINGDOM, Germany and France allowing airlines of each country in the framework of the pact to operate international flights, said the ministry of aviation, on Tuesday.
The ministry of education has come after the U.S. Department of Transportation announced on Monday that it prevents the Air India from the operation of chartered flights between India and the united States, on 22 July without his prior approval, in retaliation for the Indian government not allowing American carriers to operate between the two countries.The Ministry of Aviation, stated, ” As we go further into the opening to meet the demands, we are looking at the perspective of the individual institution bilateral bubbles, India-usa, India-France, India, Germany, India, united KINGDOM. These are all destinations where demand for travel has not diminished. The final decisions under negotiations are expected to be taken quickly. ”
“We have received requests from the authorities in several countries, including the united states, France, Germany, among others, to request that their air carriers authorized to participate in the transport of passengers along the line, conducted by the Air India under Vande Bharat Mission. These requests are under review, ” he added.