There is a demand in both the countries that the number of flights should be increased.
Dubai/Delhi: Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said that he will hold talks with the civil aviation ministry to increase the number of flights between India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as there is a huge demand in both the countries. He also said that there is a possibility of increasing the flight under the ‘air bubble’.Also Read – Husband dies due to Corona, troubled wife kills herself with 2 children, emotional things written in suicide note
The issue was raised in the ninth meeting of the India-UAE High Level Joint Task Force on Investment. The meeting was co-chaired by Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a member of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and Goel, Minister of Commerce and Industry. After the meeting, Goyal told reporters, “He raised the issue of increasing flights under the air bubble that we are currently operating. I was informed that all flights are operating at full capacity from both the sides. Also Read – 7 lakh deaths due to corona in America so far, 7 crore people have not got the vaccine
The Air Bubble Agreement is a temporary arrangement for the operation of flights between two countries. Goyal said, “I will definitely raise this issue when I go back.” Although he also said that in the long term to enhance bilateral air transport arrangements, the two countries will have to meet and find a solution on some issues. . He said that for this the civil aviation ministries of both the countries will have to discuss more deeply. Also Read – Kovid cases increased again in Kerala, more than 12 thousand cases were reported in 24 hours, 155 died