The Indian government has entered into an air bubble agreement with Sri Lanka for special international passenger flights. The Ministry of Aviation has given information about this. Under this, all eligible passengers will be able to travel between the two countries in the near future. The Ministry of Aviation gave this information through a tweet. With this, India has so far entered into an air bubble agreement with a total of 28 countries. That is, now Indian travelers can go to 28 countries in the era of Corona.
Countries are not allowing all categories of visas. It is only between countries with air bubble agreement. There is no need to register online for flying in and out of the country, at the embassy itself
The Air Bubble Agreement is a bilateral agreement between two countries to resume commercial passenger service when regular international flights cease.