Thailand and India have reportedly entered into a bilateral agreement to resume operations of flights between the two countries. The air bubble pact was recently announced by the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA). With this, Indian and Thai carriers would be permitted to operate flights to and from destinations in either country.
The official statement by the MoCA read, “India has created an air bubble arrangement with Thailand.” It further added, “Traffic carried to/from India shall comprise of passengers originating from/destined to Thailand only, and similarly, traffic carried to/from Thailand shall comprise of passengers originating from India only”.
Thai Airways took to Twitter to announce flights from the capital to several major cities in India, starting March 1. Flights between Bangkok and Delhi will operate five days a week while Mumbai and the Thai capital will have flights three days of the week namely Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Chennai will have flights three days a week, while Bengaluru’s schedule lists two days a week.