Go Air has announced to increase its services to United Arab Emirates (UAE) by launching new flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi and Kannur to Sharjah.
Along with the news of the arrival of Corona vaccine, the aviation sector is also getting some relief from the difficulties. Services of aviation companies are also becoming common. Go Air has announced to increase its services to United Arab Emirates (UAE) by launching new flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi and Kannur to Sharjah. These flights have started from Friday.
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Commercial flights have been completely canceled since March 23 in view of the Corona virus epidemic. Currently, flights are operated for the United Arab Emirates under the Air Bubble Agreement. According to information provided by Go Air, Go Air has entered Mumbai (Mumbai), Delhi (Delhi) from Kochi and Kannur for Sharjah and Sharjah for these cities under the Air Bubble Agreement Direct flights have started from 1 January.
Flights for 22 countries are running for 22 countries
Special international flights from May under the Vande Bharat Mission and flights are being run from July till now under air bubble agreement with select countries. India currently has this type of agreement with more than 22 countries.
The new strain of Corona was decided due to the new strain of Corona
International flights: In view of the threat of Coronavirus New Strain, the government has decided to continue the ban on international flights. The ban on international passenger flights will remain in force till 31 January 2021. Earlier, the government had banned flights till 31 December 2020. Directorate General of Civil Aviation DGCA has given this information. However, the DGCA said that on a case-to-case basis, the government may allow flights for select routes.