SpiceJet today announced that it will launch (or has launched) 38 new domestic and international flights.
Indian low-cost carrier Indigo has announced that it will start 38 new domestic flights in September to ‘improve accessibility between metros and tier-2 or tier-3 cities’.
Two of American’s highly anticipated routes – Seattle-Bengaluru and Dallas-Tel Aviv – have once again been postponed. They are now scheduled to launch in January 2022.
Turkey has announced that fully vaccinated travellers from India will no longer be required to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
SriLankan Airlines has announced that it has resumed regular scheduled flights from India. The announcement comes after Sri Lanka reopened to fully vaccinated travellers from India.
Sri Lanka is now once again welcoming fully vaccinated travellers from India.
SpiceJet today announced that it will launch five new flights from Guwahati to cities across India.
Austria has relaxed the entry requirements for travellers arriving from the United Kingdom.
British Airways has announced that it has increased flights between India and the United Kingdom from 10 to 20-flights-a-week. The announcement comes as the Indian government allowed UK carriers to operate 34 flights per week.
Indigo, as part of its plans to open seven regional bases this year, yesterday launched flights from Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, making it the 68th destination in its network. Flights to Bareilly were announced two weeks ago under the Indian government’s regional connectivity scheme – UDAN.