India has finally given the go-ahead for regular international flights.
Now, six Indian and 60 foreign airlines have started to operate weekly. For most of the world, scheduled flights were initially banned when the pandemic started. Before this, the only flights that were operating were under the air bubble arrangement between India and other countries. Currently, 3250 weekly flights have started to operate.
After an increase in in-flight connectivity, a fall in the cost of flight tickets is expected. Recently, the bubble system in India finally came to an end.
With 505 weekly flights, IndiGo will be operating the highest international departures. Per week, Emirates will operate 170 flights, while AI Express will operate 340 flights, and among these, with 361 flights per week, Air India will operate 361 flights per week. From May 1, the flights to Istanbul will be operated by IndiGo.
With Air India, Air India Express, and Vistara, 757 weekly flights will be operated by Tata Group along with Air India.
Between India and the rest of the world, one-stop transit services for travel will be offered by foreign airlines. This is mainly true for hubs like the Gulf, Singapore, and some parts of Southeast Asia.