The Indian Bureau of Immigration would like you to carry a copy of your visa when you travel abroad, to countries where they issue an e-visa/paper visa. Take note.
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India has opened up again, by discontinuing the requirement to test before and on arrival in India. Pre-arrival testing has been discontinued for over 80 countries and post-arrival testing has been abolished for everyone, along with home-quarantine requirements. Details inside.
India will require travellers arriving into the country from all countries to quarantine for 7 days and upload a negative RT-PCR on Day-8. Here are the new requirements, effective, January 22, 2022, where even positive cases won’t need to isolate in an isolation facility.
India will require travellers arriving into the country from all countries to quarantine for 7 days and upload a negative RT-PCR on Day-8. Here are the new requirements, effective, January 11, 2022.
India will require travellers arriving into the country from various at-risk countries to be testing on arrival, as well as require a random 2% sample for every international flight to be tested effective December 1, 2021. Here are the details.
Domestic flying is set to get cheaper again, as the airlines are going to be permitted to fly more flights with effect from October 18, 2021 onwards
Domestic flying is all set to get cheaper again, as the airlines are going to be permitted to fly more flights, and also, the window where they have to hold prices at a certain level is reduced to 15 days only.
India is finally starting to open up a bit for travel for Indians and some nationalities. For instance, Indians can now travel to the USA/ UK/ UAE and Canada on all sorts of visas and these nationalities can also enter India with immediate effect. All the details inside.
From August 8, 2020, onwards, you may not have to quarantine on arrival in India. This would be decided on a case to case basis, but made possible if you have a recent CoVid-19 negative test report before starting your flight to India.
India has suspended Visas of all the nationalities across the globe, and this suspension will be valid through April 15, 2020, for the moment. Even OCI holders will be not allowed visa-free travel to India for the moment. Anyone entering the country may be put in quarantine for 14 days.
The first review of IndiGo’s flight launched earlier this week between Delhi and Istanbul on IndiGo’s sole A321neo aircraft. Check it out.