India & UAE Governments Agree To Start Special Flights For 15 Days

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Dubai (Gulf Inside) Governments of India and therefore the UAE have agreed to work special flights for 15 days to fly Indians between the 2 countries, ending months of expecting stranded Indians.

The Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday afternoon announced that repatriation flights under the Vande Bharat Mission also as charter flights by UAE carriers repatriating Indians from here can fly Indian expats with permits to return to the UAE on their route from India to the UAE.

The announcement has clarified that India has lifted the ban on UAE carriers chartering flights to India and therefore the UAE has lifted the restrictions it had placed on Vande Bharat flights from flying UAE residents stuck in India.

In a tweet, the ministry announced that this agreement are going to be in effect for a period of 15 days from July 12 after which it’ll be reviewed as needed.

“As a part of the close strategic partnership between the governments of India and therefore the UAE and with a view to assisting UAE resident nationals who are presently in India to return to the UAE, the Civil Aviation authorities of both countries have agreed to operationalise the subsequent from arrangement from July 12, 2020,” the ministry said within the tweet.

“Charter flights operated by the UAE carriers to bring Indian citizens from the UAE to India are going to be allowed to hold ICA-approved UAE residents (returning to the UAE from India) on their return leg (India to the UAE).”

“Indian carriers operating repatriation flights to bring Indian citizens from the UAE to India are going to be allowed to hold the ICA-approved UAE residents (returning to the UAE from India) on the outward journey from India to the UAE.”

“On the India to the UAE journey, of these flights will carry only those passengers who are destined for the UAE.”

“This arrangement are going to be initially in place for a period of 15 days i.e., from July 12 to 26 after which it’ll be reviewed as needed ,” the statement added.

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