Indian travelers to Switzerland and Germany will be able to make their flights as Lufthansa Group, the main German airline, revealed that Swiss International Airlines to Mumbai from international destinations will start operating from January 10 in the part of the Air Bubble agreement.

A deal like this means two countries aiming to restart commercial passenger services can operate a limited number of flights as scheduled international flights are suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reports.

In a statement, the Lufthansa Group revealed that it was resuming Lufthansa flights between Delhi and Munich from January 18, 2022. In addition, this also increased Lufthansa frequencies to Frankfurt from India until January 31, 2022.

In addition, the airline Swiss International has scheduled the LX154, from Zurich, Switzerland, to Mumbai, India, every Monday and Wednesday from January 10, 2022, and the return flight LX155 from Mumbai to Zurich will be operated every Monday and Wednesday. Wednesdays and Fridays, from January 12, 2022.

In addition, European countries that have signed an air bubble agreement with India, except Switzerland and Germany, include Finland, France and the Netherlands.

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Besides Germany, the Indian government has signed Air Bubble agreements with Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Bhutan, Ethiopia, Canada, Iraq, Japan, Kenya, Kazakhstan , Kuwait, Mauritius, Maldives, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Rwanda, Russia, Seychelles, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Tanzania, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom (United Kingdom) , United Arab Emirates (UAE), Uzbekistan and United States of America (United States).

Previously, Air India had revealed that it would operate additional flights from Frankfurt to Bangalore every Friday from January 19 to March 25.

“FlyAI: Air India will operate additional flights from Frankfurt to Bengaluru every Friday from January 19 to March 25, 2022. Reservations are open through AI’s website, reservation offices, call center and agents. approved travel “ the announcement published by Air India reads.

Lufthansa, Germany’s number one airline, also holds the position of Europe’s leading airline for 2020 and has already been one of the leading airlines in the 27-country bloc for six constructive years (2011 to 2016).

In addition, Lufthansa was 11 times a leading airline in Europe, leaving behind the airlines based in Switzerland (Swiss International Airlines with five first positions and Swiss Air with five first constructive positions from 1997 to 2001). In addition, British Airways, which is the EU’s top airline for 2021, holds three top spots. Honorable mentions are Turkish Airways and KLM, the latter occupying the leading position in 2010.