India Moves Beyond Bubbles With International Reopening

Air India jet
Air India and other airlines will be able to ramp up flights to and from India after March 27.
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India’s domestic capacity has rebounded strongly following the latest COVID-19 wave, and now airlines can also target international gains as the government prepares to lift inbound flight restrictions. Reopening initiatives will help move the Indian market closer to pre-pandemic levels. However, the...

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