Times are tough for travellers. But with the world preparing to reopen in 2021, we’re here to keep you dreaming and planning for your next adventure – whether that’s a staycation or flying off to parts unknown. Until then, we’ve got the latest COVID-19 travel advice and updates to keep you up to date and ready to go.
We’re continually keeping this page up-to-date regarding the current outbreak of Coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19. To our knowledge, the information on this page was correct at the time of publication. Given the nature of the crisis, information will vary by location and change at short notice and over time. So whether you need it now, or in the near future, this page could be worth a bookmark.
We strongly recommend reading the Coronavirus travel advice from your local authorities and government bodies, such as the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, as well as the guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), a reliable and trusted source of global news and information.
Keeping in view the new Covid-19 strain, all repatriation flights from the India had been cancelled till 30 April 2021. As of 01 May 2021, flights have resumed subject to mandatory RT-PCR testing of passengers at the airport.
The Government of India has extended the nation-wide lockdown until 30 April 2021. The Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, had started domestic flight operations in India from 25 May 2020, albeit in a calibrated manner. To ensure that airlines do not charge excessive fare, the government has classified sectors on the basis of the approximate duration of flights; the list of their minimum and maximum fares chargeable can be found here. To read the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s latest guidelines for air passengers, please click here. For the latest government directive on Covid-19 protocol during air travel, click here.