According to an update by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, flight services between India and Germany have resumed as per the air bubble agreement.
As a part of this, Lufthansa and Air India will operate flights to facilitate smooth international travel between the two regions. Earlier, Lufthansa cancelled all flights between Germany and India.
National carrier Air India will operate five weekly flights between Delhi and Frankfurt and two weekly flights between Bengaluru and Frankfurt from October 26, 2020, to March 28, 2021.
India’s civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri Tweeted:
“Flights between India and Germany recommence under air bubble arrangement. Lufthansa will operate from Delhi (four days), Mumbai (three days) and Bengaluru (three days).”
Ministry of Civil Aviation Tweeted: