When will international flights resume—the question that’s been hanging over us since the first phase of domestic flights resumption was rolled out. A few major airlines including SpiceJet restarted flying yesterday, indicating the much-anticipated arrival of international flights.
The Vande Bharat Mission operating repatriation flights to help stranded citizens fly back home has added more flights to the schedule as follows:
Air India to start bookings from 13th July 12 PM for—
- 14 additional flights between UK and India from 15th to 24th July
- 4 additional flights connecting Singapore with Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi starting 19th to 22nd July
- 2 additional flights between Frankfurt, Germany and Chennai, Kochi, Hyderabad, Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai from 21st to 23rd July
- 3 additional flights connecting Toronto, Canada and Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kochi, Amritsar, Ahmedabad and Delhi from 18th to 25th July
Along with Air India, many other major airlines are following suit including SpiceJet, GoAir and Emirates— SpiceJet is scheduled to fly passengers with a valid UAE permit to UAE from Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi and Kozhikode between 12th and 26th July.
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Emirates, on the other hand, will start operating flights to London Heathrow and Paris from 15th July. Along with this, Emirates will also start special repatriation flights to UAE from Delhi, Trivandrum, Kochi, Bengaluru, and Mumbai between 12th and 26th July.
Along with this, Emirates will also resume flights to Geneva, Los Angeles, Dar es Salaam, Prague, Sao Paulo and Boston in the respective dates as mentioned below: