India is currently negotiating with 13 countries to create ‘Travel Bubble’

Certain restrictions will be applied to passengers entering Indian borders.

Air India Flight
Air India Flight (image source: Wikimedia Commons)

Last week, India created a ‘Travel Bubble’ with 6 countries to allow international flights to and from India. These countries include the USA, UK, France, Germany, UAE, and Qatar.

The civil aviation minister Mr. Hardeep Puri said that India is currently in process of bilateral talks with 13 more countries to resume International flights. Presently, the talks are going on with Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Australia, Japan, and Singapore.

Under the agreements, flights from all these countries will be allowed to fly to India, and Indian flights will also be allowed to travel to these countries. Conditions specific to each country will be announced for all travelers flying to India.

It is possible, that there will be certain restrictions for passengers traveling from different countries while entering Indian borders. Following is the complete list of 13 countries that are under the process of finalizing travel agreements.


  1. Australia
  2. Italy
  3. Japan
  4. New Zealand
  5. Nigeria
  6. Bahrain
  7. Israel
  8. Kenya
  9. Philippines
  10. Russia
  11. Singapore
  12. South Korea
  13. Thailand
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