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AI 0161 DELHI 2:45 LONDON
AI 1937 DELHI 6:00 BISHKEK
AI 0131 MUMBAI 6:30 LONDON
AI 0342 MUMBAI 7:15 SINGAPORE
AI 0939 DELHI 10:00 BAHRAIN
AI 1981 DELHI 12:40 SHARJAH
AI 1921 DELHI 22:30 JEDDAH

AI 1931 MUMBAI 0:25 JEDDAH

AI 0131: MUMBAI 6.30 to LONDON
AI 1901: MUMBAI (7.05) to DAMMAM

Ex-foreign stations to India

AI 1938: BISHKEK to Delhi (13.55)
AI 1902: DAMMAM to KOCHI (16.10)
AI 309: MELBOURNE to DELHI (17.40)
AI 0940: BAHRAIN to DELHI (19.20)
AI 1910: JEDDAH to MUMBAI (20.15)
AI 0343: SINGAPRE to MUMBAI (20.35)
AI 1982: SHARJAH to DELHI (20.40)
AI 0162: LONDON to DELHI (22.50)

AI 0130: LONDON to MUMBAI (2.20)

Air India Express repatriation schedule: Ex-foreign stations to India
Notably, scheduled international passenger flights were suspended in India since March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, after much negotiation India established individual bilateral bubbles with France and the US to allow airlines of each country in the pact to operate international flights.
In aviation parlance, ‘Air Bubble’ travel arrangements are established between two countries under a certain set of safety and travelling conditions such as high demand, legal entry and exit norms and airlines’ willingness to operate on these sectors.
Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri had also informed that India has allowed Air France to operate 28 flights to Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai from July 18 to August 1.