THIS Country Resumes International Flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore
International Flights News Today, 2 June 2021: With the second wave of coronavirus pandemic slowly declining, German airline Lufthansa has announced that it will resume non-stop international flight operations from Germany to India from Wednesday. Lufthansa will operate 10 weekly flights throughout June, the airline stated. Flight services will begin today from Germany to Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore in India. Germany is the second country to lift the ban on international passenger flights amid the ongoing pandemic.
“We‘ll have normal operations from Germany with no second crew, all crew layover in India (Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore) effective today. We’ll resume nonstop flights from Germany to Delhi, Mumbai & Bangalore & will continue to operate 10 weekly flights throughout June,” a Lufthansa spokesperson said.
Earlier on Tuesday, Netherlands opened international passenger flights from India, becoming the first country to do so. As per the Dutch Government, ban on passenger flights from India that had come into force on 20 April, 2021 has been lifted with effect from 01 June, 2021, the Embassy of India in Amsterdam stated.
India has extended the ban on international flights till June 30 as the country continues to report a surge in COVID-19 cases, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation announced last week. “However, international scheduled flights may be allowed on selected routes by the competent authority on a case-to-case basis,” the DGCA added.
The Deutch government on Tuesday has lifted the ban on passenger flights arriving from India, South America, Central America, and South Africa. Travelers from these areas are now allowed to enter the Netherlands again, provided they tested negative for the coronavirus prior to their departure, and follow the quarantine rules upon their arrival.
"As of 1 June 2021, there is no longer a ban on flights from India, South Africa and the countries in Central and South America," the Deutch government website read.
There is still a European Union ban on non-EU travelers from countries where the coronavirus situation is considered very high risk. A number of people are exempted from this ban, including family members of EU residents, students, and business travelers.
Further to this, the Netherlands has imposed mandatory quarantine laws with effect from today (June 1).
The mandatory travel quarantine for people arriving into the Netherlands from an area designated as a high-risk for coronavirus infection entered into force on Tuesday. Additionally, the country lifted its last flight bans as the law regulating the quarantine has taken effect.
The law states that travelers need to quarantine at a location of their choosing for 10 days after their arrival in the Netherlands. The quarantine period can be shortened by five days if the arriving passenger tests negative for the coronavirus infection after five days.
Quarantine is mandatory for people arriving from these high-risk countries such as Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, India, South Africa amongst others.
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