Travellers from India headed to Switzerland and Germany will be able to carry out their flights as Lufthansa Group, the leading German airline, has revealed that Swiss International Airlines to Mumbai from international destinations will start operating from January 10 under the Air Bubble agreement.
An agreement like the latter means that two countries aimed at restarting commercial passenger services can carry out a limited number of flights as regular international flights are suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a statement, the Lufthansa Group revealed that it is resuming Lufthansa flights between Delhi and Munich from January 18, 2022. Furthermore, the same has also increased Lufthansa frequencies to Frankfurt from India until January 31, 2022.
In addition, the Swiss International Airline has scheduled LX154, from Zurich, Switzerland to Mumbai, India, every Monday and Wednesday starting January 10, 2022, and the return flight LX155 from Mumbai to Zurich will be operated on every Wednesday and Friday, starting from January 12, 2022.
Furthermore, the European countries that have signed an air bubble arrangement with India, except Switzerland and Germany, include Finland, France, and the Netherlands.
Previously, Air India revealed that it will operate extra flights from Frankfurt to Bengaluru every Friday from January 19 to March 25.
“FlyAI: Air India will operate additional flights from Frankfurt to Bengaluru on every Friday from January 19 to March 25, 2022. Booking open through AI Website, Booking Offices, Call Centre & Authorised Travel Agents,” the announcement published by Air India reads.