No travel from India this month

 

The suspension stays in place even though India has agreed air corridors with a number of countries. These are the US, UK, France, Germany, Qatar, UAE and Maldives, while the government is in talks with other countries.

The resumption of scheduled international services will be considered when domestic passenger flights reach 50% of their original capacity. Air corridor flights may be allowed on selected routes on a case-to-case basis.

International flights were blocked in March just ahead of India's nationwide lockdown.

Post COVID-19, wellness tourism is likely to pick up at a much faster pace than medical tourism, with increased respect Indian traditional health techniques.

In 2021, to promote tourism, both in India and internationally, states will need to play a major role in promotion and safety.

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