Air travel bubble between India and Germany
was approved in July, but disagreement arose after India sought to cap the number of Lufthansa flights to India to 7 per week in October. On Tuesday, Lufthansa cancelled all its flights to India till October 20 after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation rejected its proposal.
Apart from Germany, India entered into travel bubble arrangements with the UK and France in Europe. Air India
will operate flights to London and Paris in October. Air France too, has published its schedule for flights to Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
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