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Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has announced the new entry measures effective from January 9, 2023, at 08.00 hrs. (GMT+7) to January 31, 2023, at 23.59 hrs. (GMT+7). Non-Thai travellers arriving in Thailand must have a fully vaccinated certificate or proof of recovery from COVID in the last months; or a vaccine-exemption letter from a […]Continue Reading
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A negative RT-PCR test report will now be mandatory for passengers even transiting through China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand, irrespective of their originating countries, before landing at any Indian airport, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday. In a letter to the states, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said that in […]Continue Reading
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According to a PTI report, Goa will receive its first charter flight from Kyrgyzstan on December 29 and the service will continue for a month, an official said. The coastal state currently handles maximum charter flights from Russia and the UK. “This will be the first ever flight to arrive in Goa from Kyrgyzstan, with […]Continue Reading
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Finnair has confirmed that it will increase flights between its Helsinki hub and key destinations in Asia for summer 2023, reports Travel News Asia. The airline will resume service between Helsinki and Osaka with thrice weekly flights, and increase frequencies to Tokyo Narita. Finnair will also add frequencies to Hong Kong and Delhi, operating daily […]Continue Reading
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Over 15 lakh foreigners, including 4.29 lakh US nationals and 2.4 lakh Bangladeshis, had visited India last year when the country was on an extended period of coronavirus restrictions and visa regulations, officials said. Ten countries accounted for 74.39 per cent of the total arrival of foreigners during 2021, while 25.61 per cent of the […]Continue Reading
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Goa Airport has received a request for slots for the arrival of international charter flights f rom eight destinations including Russia, which will be approved by the end of September, airport officials said. Speaking to IANS, Goa Airport Director S.V.T. Dhanamjaya Rao said that eight countries have requested slots. “Some of them have been granted […]Continue Reading
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