However, according to recent reports, only national airlines in both countries were allowed to fly, meaning that only Oman Air, Salam Air and Air India Express would fly in accordance with the air bubble agreement. With the agreement of air bubbles, normal commercial flights and nonvande Bharat mission are in service. VBM flights are currently in service only in countries with which there is no agreement on air bubbles. The number of passengers allowed as weekly seimen between Oman and India has also been reduced from the 10,000 initially agreed to to 5,000 per route between operators. In a statement to passengers and travel agencies, low-cost airline IndiGo said: „Please be informed that the revision of the Air Bubble agreement between India and Oman, from 9 November, will require IndiGo to limit its operations between the two countries from the date indicated.dem 9 November 2020.“ India and Oman cut their bubbles after passengers tested positive for COVID-19. Under the new agreement, airlines can only fly 5,000 passengers a week in each country, up from 10,000 previously. India has also begun banning private airlines on flights to Oman and only allows the State of Air India on the route. Air India Express will offer flights to various Indian cities as part of the agreement, such as Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Bengaluru, Mangauru, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Kochi, Trivandrum, Kannur, Tiruchirapalli and Calicut on different specified days. Oman Air flights after the air bubble agreement will be operated at India`s three metro stations, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, with the exception of Kochi and Hyderabad, which are carried out twice a week. Salam Air flights to India, as stated on their booking page, are to Bangalore, Calicut, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Chennai and Trivandrum. India has built an air bubble with Afghanistan. Indian airlines and Ariana Afghan Airlines are now allowed to offer flights between India and Afghanistan and to carry the following categories of people on those flights: although the report attributed the reduction to some passengers tested positive upon arrival in Oman, an official of the Civil Aviation Authority, a travel agency, said the seats were not fully used by the airlines.

Following the announcement of the air bubble agreement, Indian private and low-cost airlines such as Indigo, SpiceJet and Go Air also announced their flight plans between Oman and India. The air bubble agreement makes it easy for passengers from both countries to travel to the other country`s territories in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic. Muscat: According to local media, the agreement on air bubbles between Oman and India, which began from October 1 to November 30, has been revised. The initial agreement was to fly 10,000 passengers per week in each direction (a total of 20,000 passengers); This has now been reduced to 5,000 per week, a distance (or 10,000 passengers in total).