Delhi-Tokyo flight providers start! Test dates, air-bubble pointers and Covid-19 testing guidelines

Passengers who want to book tickets for flights to India no longer need to register at the Indian embassy in Tokyo. (Reuters picture)

Good news for passengers traveling between Delhi and Tokyo as India and Japan have agreed to resume flights as part of the “Air Bubble” system. Flyers can now travel between Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and Tokyo International Airport (HND). The Indian Embassy in Tokyo has issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for passengers in India as part of the “Air Bubble” flight agreement.

Passengers who want to book tickets for flights to India no longer need to register at the Indian embassy in Tokyo. This is possible because India and Japan signed a “bubble system” agreement.

Air India has announced an Air Bubble flight schedule from Delhi to Tokyo effective November 2 through December 28, 2020. The Tokyo to Delhi flight schedule will remain in effect from November 4 to December 30, 2020.

Passengers no longer need a “no objection” from the embassy to board “Air Bubble” flights to India.

Passengers are recommended to register with Air Suvidha. Flyers can register before check-in and have a printout of the registration with them. Flyers can register for Air Suvidha on the New Delhi Airport website.

It is no longer necessary for passengers from Japan to submit and submit a letter of consent to travel to Delhi.

Quarantine rules, Covid-19 test guidelines: According to the rules set by the Government of India, seven days of institutional quarantine are mandatory after landing. However, flyers can claim an exception to this. You must undergo an RT-PCR test for coronavirus 96 hours before boarding the flight. Flyers can upload the result to the Air Suvidha portal 72 hours before the scheduled departure time and must carry the original report with them, which must be submitted to the health authorities after landing.

The phased Vande Bharat Mission was launched by the central government on May 7th to repatriate Indians stranded abroad and to transport people from other countries who have been stranded in India due to the coronavirus pandemic. The flights began with countries such as Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

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