New Delhi: The Ministry of Civil Aviation has resumed flight operation between India and Bangladesh by this week underneath the air bubble settlement signed final 12 months between the 2 nations to facilitate the motion of passengers and items.
Underneath the bilateral air bubble pact, airways of each nations can function worldwide flights with sure restrictions through the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Civil Aviation of India together with the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) has decide to restart the flights underneath the India-Bangladesh air bubble association.
In one other growth, the Indian Visa Utility Centres (IVAC) in Bangladesh have resumed operations from August 10 within the wake of the lifting of countrywide lockdown in each nations.
The 15 IVAC throughout Bangladesh will settle for all purposes besides vacationer visa purposes, an announcement of the Indian Excessive Fee in Dhaka stated.
Earlier, the Indian Excessive Fee in Bangladesh has quickly suspended operations in any respect its visa centres throughout Bangladesh attributable to a lockdown applied by the Bangladesh authorities from April 14.
Experiences stated greater than 3,500 Bangladeshis journey to India each day on a mean foundation and of them over 10 per cent used to journey for medical functions.
Out of the foreigners who go to India for medical functions, 45 % are from Bangladesh, in line with the India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Business.