- Indian private carriers will be allowed to fly provided they operate wide body planes, aviation minister Hardeep Puri said
- At present, only Vistara and Air India have wide body planes in their fleet
NEW DELHI: The Indian government is in talks with at least three countries including the US, France and Germany to resume international flights under 'bilateral air bubbles', civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri said at a press conference on Thursday.
While India and France have already agreed to regulations for carrying out international flights, India is in an advanced stage of negotiations with Germany for international flight ...
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