Vistara`s announcement comes a day after no-frills spicejet announced that from Nov. 5, flights to Dhaka and the port city of Chittagong will be used from India, using bilateral traffic rights under the air bubble pact India has set up an air bubble with Afghanistan. Indian airlines and Ariana Afghan Airlines are now allowed to operate flights between India and Afghanistan and carry the following categories of people on these flights: all airlines are allowed to sell tickets between India and the respective countries in any direction through their websites, sales agents and global distribution systems. The Minister of Civil Aviation tweeted: “To further expand our international civil aviation operations, there is now an air blowing agreement between India and Bangladesh. Carriers from India and Bangladesh will each operate 28 flights (per week) between the two countries. The number of such agreements has now reached 18. High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswami thanked the Ministry of Civil Aviation for the start of the blowing service and said it would be especially useful for people with medical requirements. He said the services will help strengthen people-to-people contacts between the two countries. The Gurugram-based airline will offer four times a week non-stop flights between Kolkata and Chittagong and will connect Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai to Dhaka, according to a mint report. On Tuesday, Tata-SIA`s joint airline Vistara announced that it has decided to open air services between India and Bangladesh from November 5 as part of the recently signed air bubble agreement between the two countries.
Services are provided on Thursdays and Sundays between the two cities with the airline`s Airbus A320neo aircraft as part of the bilateral “transport bubble” between India and Bangladesh, she added. Bangladesh will resume flights to India from Oct. 28 as part of an “air bubble,” nearly eight months after communications were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to media reports saturday. As part of a bilateral air bubble deal, Bangladesh will resume flights to India from October 28. The news comes after nearly eight months of suspended air travel between the two countries. Vistara will operate special non-stop flights between New Delhi and Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, from November 5, the airline said in a statement. SpiceJet launches 8 flights between India, Bangladesh air bubble with Bangladesh: air bubble agreement between Bangladesh and India initiated! After months of flight closures and suspensions, the air bubble between India and Bangladesh was inaugurated on Wednesday at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka by Indian High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswami and chairman of the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority, Air Vice Marshal Mafidur Rahman. On the occasion of the resumption of preparations for air travel, two flights were made by the American company Bangla Airlines between Dhaka and Calcutta and Chennai. The news is a relief for Bangladeshi nationals who have requested urgent access to India, including for medical purposes. Since July, India has established such bubbles with several countries, including the United States, Britain, France and Germany. India has created similar air bubbles with different countries like Germany, UK, US, France, etc.