International Flights: India, Japan Announce Air Bubble, Fly Directly From Delhi to Tokyo From Nov 2 | Details Here

India on Tuesday finally extended its embargo to Japan adding it to the list of countries that have an ‘Air Bubble’ system, a medium introduced amid the coronavirus pandemic to repatriate stranded citizens back to the countries. As a result, the two countries will be operating regular flights between Delhi and Tokyo starting from November 2.

The Indian Embassy in Japan released a statement saying passengers will longer have to register through them for flying internationally.

“Registration of passengers with the Embassy of India in Japan is no longer required, and bookings should be done directly with concerned airlines,” it read.

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