As countries are gradually opening their doors to foreign tourists, a lot of new rules and restrictions are coming into force.

 Air India Express, an auxiliary of Air India, which is flying a few global trips under Vande Bharat Mission has said it won't acknowledge travelers to Kuala Lumpur of their last objective isn't Kuala Lumpur. “Air India Express will not take responsibility for any onward connections on other Carriers/ Airlines. IX is a point-to-point carrier and does not have an Interline/Codeshare agreement with any other Airlines. Hence, passengers who have booked on our flights shall ensure that they are holding visa and other travel-related documents requisitioned by the destination country,” it said. </p> <p lang="en" dir="ltr">#FlyWithIX : Attention⚠️ 

Travelers heading out on IX trips to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) must guarantee that their last objective ought to be Kuala Lumpur itself.

✈️Passengers who expect to travel forward by means of KUL ought not book with us because of Covid-related travel limitations.

— Air India Express (@FlyWithIX) October 17, 2020

#FlyWithIX : IX won’t assume liability for any ahead associations on different Carriers/Airlines.

IX is a highlight point transporter and doesn’t have an Interline/Codeshare concurrence with some other Airlines.

— Air India Express (@FlyWithIX) October 17, 2020

In another tweet, the aircraft said it won’t acknowledge travelers whose last objective isn’t Kuala Lumpur, because of Covid-19 related limitations.

Numerous travelers are ending at Kuala Lumpur before getting their trips to Australia.

India doesn’t yet have an air bubble with Malaysia.

Interline flight is an understanding between aircrafts to organize travelers with a schedule that utilizes different carriers, yet there will be single registration. Codeshare arrangements are the place one aircraft works trips in the interest of another. In the consequence of Covid-19, all nations have fixed principles to permit unfamiliar voyagers.