India, South Korea to Start Transport Air Bubble Arrangement Soon, Hold Talks

India, South Korea to Start Transport Air Bubble Arrangement Soon, Hold Talks


India and South Korea are holding talks on starting transport air bubble arrangements between the two countries for the movement of people. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the global aviation sector came to a grinding halt and “Transport Air Bubbles” were established.

Transport Air Bubbles are basically temporary arrangements between two countries aimed at restarting commercial passenger services.

During the talks between India's Secretary (East) in the Ministry of External Affairs Riva Ganguly Das and South Korea's First Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jong-kun, on Wednesday, both sides "exchanged views on cooperation in the context of COVID-19, including facilitating essential air travel between the two countries", an MEA readout said. 


The South Korean minister highlighted the steps being considered by his government to further relax the travel restrictions for foreigners including Indian citizens travelling to the country, including relaxing restrictions on numbers per flight and categories of visas. 

The readout said, "The two sides also agreed to continue ongoing consultations for an air bubble arrangement."

The South Korean minister highlighted the steps being considered by his government to further relax the travel restrictions for foreigners including Indian citizens travelling to the country, including relaxing restrictions on numbers per flight and categories of visas. 

The readout said, "The two sides also agreed to continue ongoing consultations for an air bubble arrangement."


The South Korean minister highlighted the steps being considered by his government to further relax the travel restrictions for foreigners including Indian citizens travelling to the country, including relaxing restrictions on numbers per flight and categories of visas. 

The readout said, "The two sides also agreed to continue ongoing consultations for an air bubble arrangement."

The South Korean minister highlighted the steps being considered by his government to further relax the travel restrictions for foreigners including Indian citizens travelling to the country, including relaxing restrictions on numbers per flight and categories of visas. 

The readout said, "The two sides also agreed to continue ongoing consultations for an air bubble arrangement."

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