Stranded Indian nationals arrive from Afghanistan at IGI airport T3 in New Delhi, September 3.

 India has just settled air bubble concurrences with 13 nations, while all the more such arrangements are on the pipeline. The common flying service has delivered an itemized rule on who can make a trip to these nations from India alongside the models for going to India from these nations. 

  1. Afghanistan

From India to Afghanistan

I. Afghanistan nationals/occupants and outside nationals holding legitimate Afghanistan visas, whenever required; and

ii. Any Indian public, holding any kind of legitimate visa from Afghanistan and bound for Afghanistan as it were. “It would be for the airlines concerned to ensure that there is no travel restriction for Indian nationals to enter Afghanistan with the particular visa category before issue of ticket/ boarding pass to the Indian passenger,” the service’s record said.

From Afghanistan to India

I. Indian nationals abandoned in Afghanistan;

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Afghanistan visas

iii. Outsiders (counting ambassadors) holding legitimate visa gave by an Indian Mission in any classification secured under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) rules dated June 30 as changed occasionally, the report said.

  1. Bahrain

From India to Bahrain

I. Bahraini nationals/inhabitants

ii. Any Indian public holding any sort of legitimate visa from the Kingdom of Bahrain and bound for Bahrain as it were. It would be for the carriers worried to guarantee that there is no movement limitation for Indian nationals to enter Bahrain with the specific visa class before issue of ticket/ticket to the Indian traveler.

From Bahrain to India

I. Indian nationals abandoned in Bahrain

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Bahraini visas; and

iii. Bahraini nationals (counting ambassadors) holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any class secured under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) rules.

  1. Canada

From India to Canada

I. Abandoned Canadian nationals/inhabitants and outsiders with legitimate Canadian visa qualified to enter Canada;

ii. Indian nationals with legitimate visas qualified to enter Canada. The carriers concerned will guarantee that there is no movement limitation for Indian nationals.

iii. Sailors of far off ethnicities, sailors holding Indian visas would be permitted dependent upon freedom from the service of transportation

From Canada to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Canadian travel papers; and

iii. Outsiders (counting negotiators), who are qualified to enter India according to MHA rules

  1. France

From India to France

I. Indian nationals who are allowed to travel abroad according to MHA rules dated 01.07.2020 and bound for EU;

ii. Abandoned EU nationals/occupants, far off nationals bound for Europe and traveling through France or mates of these people, in the case of going with or something else; and

iii. Sailors of unfamiliar identities; Seamen holding Indian international IDs would be permitted dependent upon leeway from the Ministry of Shipping.

From France to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals;

ii. Outsiders (counting representatives and OCI card holders), who are qualified to enter India according to Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) rules .

  1. Germany

From India to Germany

I. Indian nationals who are allowed to travel abroad according to MHA rules dated 01.07.2020 and bound for EU;

ii. Abandoned EU nationals/occupants, outside nationals bound for Europe and traveling through Germany or mates of these people, in the case of going with or something else; and

iii. Sailors of far off ethnicities; Seamen holding Indian international IDs would be permitted dependent upon leeway from the Ministry of Shipping.

From Germany to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals;

ii. Outsiders (counting representatives and OCI card holders), who are qualified to enter India according to Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) rules.

  1. Iraq

From India to Iraq

I. Nationals/inhabitants of Iraq;

ii. Any Indian public holding any sort of substantial visa from Iraq and bound for Iraq as it were.

From Iraq to India

I. Indian nationals abandoned in Iraq;

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding travel papers of Iraq; and

iii. Nationals of Iraq (counting negotiators), holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any class secured under (MHA) rules.

  1. Japan

From India to Japan

I. Abandoned nationals/occupants of Japan and far off nationals holding substantial Japanese visas subject to the outskirt measures and travel limitations forced by the legislature of Japan at the hour of movement; and

ii. Any Indian public holding any kind of substantial visa from Japan subject to the fringe measures and travel limitations forced by the legislature of Japan at the hour of movement.

From Japan to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals;

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding identifications of Japan; and

iii. Outsiders (counting negotiators), holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any class secured under MHA rules.

  1. Maldives

From India to Maldives

I. Maldivian nationals/inhabitants and unfamiliar nationals holding substantial Maldivian visas, whenever required;

ii. Any Indian public.

From Maldives to India

I. Indian nationals

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Maldivian travel papers, and

iii. Outsiders (counting negotiators) holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any class secured under MHA rules.

Nigeria

From India to Nigeria

I. Abandoned Nigerian nationals/occupants, far off nationals bound for Africa and traveling through Nigeria or life partners of these people, in the case of going with or something else;

ii. Any Indian public holding any kind of substantial Nigerian visa and bound for any nation in Africa.

iii. Sailors of outside identities; Seamen holding Indian travel papers would be permitted dependent upon leeway from the Ministry of Shipping.

From Nigeria to India

I. Indian nationals abandoned in any nation in Africa;

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Nigerian identifications;

iii. Abroad Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding identifications gave by any nation in Africa who are qualified to enter India according to MHA rules.

iv. Outsiders (counting representatives) holding legitimate visa gave by an Indian Mission in any classification secured under MHA rules

  1. Qatar

From India to Qatar

I. Qatari nationals

ii. Any Indian public holding any kind of legitimate Qatar visa and bound for Qatar as it were.

From Qatar to India

I. Indian nationals abandoned in Qatar;

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding Qatari identifications, and

iii. Qatari nationals (counting representatives) holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any class secured under MHA rules.

Joined Arab Emirates (UAE)

From India to UAE

I. UAE nationals.

ii. ICA-affirmed UAE occupants bound for UAE as it were.

iii. Any Indian public holding any sort of substantial UAE visa and bound for UAE as it were.

From UAE to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE travel papers; and

iii. UAE nationals (counting negotiators) holding substantial visa gave by an Indian Mission in any classification secured under MHA rules

Joined Kingdom (UK)

From India to UK

I. Abandoned UK nationals/occupants, far off nationals traveling through UK or mates of these people, in the case of going with or something else.

ii. Any Indian public holding any sort of substantial UK visa and bound for UK as it were.

iii. Sailors of outside identities; Seamen holding Indian international IDs would be permitted dependent upon leeway from the Ministry of Shipping.

From UK to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding UK visas; and

iii. Outsiders (counting negotiators), who are qualified to enter India.

US of America (USA)

From India to USA

I. US residents, legitimate lasting inhabitants, and unfamiliar nationals holding substantial US visas;

ii. Any Indian public holding any kind of substantial US visa.

iii. Sailors of outside ethnicities; Seamen holding Indian travel papers would be permitted dependent upon leeway from the Ministry of Shipping

From USA to India

I. Abandoned Indian nationals

ii. All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding US identifications; and

iii. Outsiders (counting ambassadors), who are qualified to enter India.