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India and Saudi Arabia have signed an air bubble agreement that will take effect on January 1, 2022.

India and Saudi Arabia have signed an air bubble agreement that will take effect on January 1, 2022.

The Indian Embassy in Saudi Arabia announced the signing of an air bubble agreement between India and Saudi Arabia, which would take effect on January 1, 2022, providing relief to lakhs of Indian expats.

On its official Twitter account, the Indian Embassy in Riyadh announced, “Embassy is happy to announce air bubble agreement between India and Saudi Arabia with effect from January 1st, 2022.”

Thanks to the new Air Bubble agreement, airlines will now be able to fly between two countries while adhering to Corona virus regulations.

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What does an Air Bubble Arrangement entail?

Air bubble agreements are temporary agreements between two nations aimed at restoring commercial passenger services when normal international flights are disrupted because of the Corona epidemic. As a result, the airlines of both countries profit equally.

India and Saudi Arabia airlines are now able to conduct passenger flights between the two nations and carry the following sorts of passengers, according to an air bubble agreement between the two governments.

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Travelers from India to Saudi Arabia should keep the following in mind:

Saudi Arabian nationals and residents.

Any Indian national or Nepalese or Bhutanese citizen who has a valid Saudi Arabian visa and is exclusively going to Saudi Arabia. Before giving a ticket or boarding pass to an Indian, Nepalese, or Bhutanese passenger, the airlines concerned must check that there are no travel restrictions on Indian, Nepalese, or Bhutanese people entering Saudi Arabia.

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Travelers from Saudi Arabia to India should keep the following in mind:

Indian nationals or citizens of Nepal and Bhutan in Saudi Arabia are eligible to go to India.

PIO cards and Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) cards can be used with passports from any country. Before giving a ticket or boarding pass to a passenger, the airline must verify that there are no travel limitations for non-Indian people entering India on a certain visa type.

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Saudi Arabian nationals with a valid Indian visa, including diplomats, are eligible, according to current restrictions.

Passengers originating from or related to Saudi Arabia will only be transported to or from Saudi Arabia, and travellers originating from or linked to Saudi Arabia will only be transported to or from Saudi Arabia.

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Covaxin has been approved for travel in Saudi Arabia:

According to the Indian Embassy in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia has licensed Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin for travel, and Indian nationals who have been vaccinated with the ‘Covaxin’ vaccine can now visit the Kingdom.

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