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“The Embassy is looking at the possibility of organizing a Vande Bharat (VB) Mission flight in the second half of August 2020 on the New Delhi-Tel Aviv-New Delhi-Kochi sector,” the Indian Embassy in Israel has issued a notice, asking passengers interested in travelling either to Tel Aviv or New Delhi to complete the necessary formalities. Also Read - International Flights: After US, Now SpiceJet to Operate Daily Flights to London From September 1 | Check Daily Schedule, Other Details Here
“Those interested in travelling from Israel to India are requested to submit their details, including the undertaking and personal details proforma, to the Embassy by 15 August 2020. Any queries may be sent to email@example.com,” the embassy said. Also Read - International Flights: Here Are 7 Foreign Airlines That Have Resumed Air Travel Amid COVID-19
Indis has opened its airspace for international flights to the UAE, the US, France and Germany. While Air India is the key player, SpiceJet has also been allowed to fly in the India-US route.