International Air Travel, Except Those Permitted by MHA, to Remain Shut Till Oct 31

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International Flights Latest News: The Union Home Ministry on Wednesday issued guidelines for Unlock 5 and said the international air travel will continue to remain shut except those which were permitted by the Centre. “The international air travel, except those permitted by MHA, continues to remain shut,” the MHA said in the fresh order. Soon after the Unlock 5 guidelines were out, the
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Saudi Arabia has permitted outbound passenger flights to India: AI Express

New Delhi: Air India Express said Saudi Arabia has permitted outbound passenger flights to India under the Vande Bharat mission.

On Tuesday, Saudi Arabia had banned flights to and from India amid a surge in coronavirus cases.

In a tweet on Wednesday night, Air India Express clarified it would not carry passengers from India to Saudi Arabia.

“Air India Express Vande Bharat Mission flights would continue to carry passengers on

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Travelling by ferry between Finland and Sweden is now permitted without restrictions

From 19th September it is permitted to travel without restrictions between Finland and Sweden and Germany, among other countries, Finnlines says in a press release. Estonia has already been open to passenger traffic since earlier. The lifting of restrictions means that passengers travelling to Finland from these countries will not need to self-isolate or take a coronavirus test upon their arrival in Finland.

According to the Institute for health and

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Vermont hotels and inns now permitted to operate at full capacity

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Hotels and inns in Vermont can now operate at full capacity, and it couldn’t come a moment too soon for the state’s lodging industry.

In March, Gov. Phil Scott issued an order limiting hotels to 50% capacity. But unlike many businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, they couldn’t adapt as easily.

“You can’t

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