Oman-India air bubble agreement

06 Oct 2020 / Oman

The air bubble agreement between Oman and India is now in place, allowing passengers with valid visas from both sides to travel freely.

Under the temporary agreement, airlines will be permitted to serve 11 Indian cities on an average of two flights a week per airline with no more than 10,000 passengers a week from either sector.

The agreement is effective from 1 October until 30 November.

Indian and Omani airlines while operating inbound flights into India can carry the following passengers – Indian nationals stranded in Oman, All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passports of Oman, nationals of Oman (including diplomats) holding a valid visa issued by an Indian mission in any category covered under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated June 30, as amended from time to time.

While operating outbound flights from India, both Indian and Omani airlines can carry the following passengers – Nationals/residents of Oman, any Indian national holding a valid residency permit of Oman, and destined for Oman only.

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