UK, India agree on transport 'air bubbles' for international air connectivity

Credit: DNA- Published on August 3, 2020
The Government of India has now given permission for UK carriers to re-establish bilateral air routes. The details are being worked out with the UK and are expected to be announced in an elaborated manner in due course.

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Published on August 3, 2020 -  02:10
Hot air balloons perform ‘flypast’ over Bristol
Every year hot air balloons take off en masse in Bristol as part of theInternational Balloon Fiesta. This year however was slightly different, due tothe Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing measures. The launch location waskept private to avoid people gathering to watch the moment of lift-off, and inthe main, only those in social bubbles were allowed in each balloon.

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