US Administration Has Set Limits On Air India Flights
US administration has set limits on Air India flights to avenge the Indians aboard United States after coronavirus infection pandemic, saying the Indian government has been indulging in discriminatory treatment of American aircraft by preventing them from operating the same aircraft.
India said it has been studying international applications, including the US, to use such aircraft.
The order issued by the US Department of Transportation continued Monday said the law would go into effect in 30 days.
The order stated that the US took this action after the Indian Authorities did not address American concerns about” Prejudiced and discriminatory ban on American carriers “first raised on May 19th.
The order said Air India would have to apply authorization for a return flight at least 30 days in advance the date of the proposed flight.
We received requests from the relevant authorities few countries including the US, France, Germany in between others request that air carriers be allowed participate in passenger travel the line is operated by Air India under Vande Bharat Mission.
These applications are being evaluated, he said the airline said in a statement.“We had one interview with the US on the 15th June 2020 with US Department of Representatives Tourism and US Ambassador for this matter.
It’s been a long time you are invited to submit specific suggestions in this regard. A communication is now available on June 19, 2020 describes these applications. ”
Final Decisions Followed Negotiations Are Expected To Be Held Soon
As we depart from controlled and controlled aircraft the emergence of our citizens in different parts of the world as well foreigners from India, we are now on the lookout the possibility of establishing two arrangements.
As we consider opening one when responding to needs, we are looking at the prospect of developing an individual Bubbles of both countries, India-US, India-France, India-Germany,India-UK.
All of these areas are needed the walk is not over final decisions followed Negotiations are expected to be held soon, it added.
India plans to use 96 flights in total to various cities the US between June 12 and July 2 under the third category of the Vande Bharat Mission, to avenge the entire country The Indian nationalist system has stopped abroad because the Covid-19 pandemic.
These flights will not be affected to order. India significantly increased flights to the US and Canadain the second and third stages of the Vande Bharat Mission becoming active, inclusive citizens professionals who lost their jobs because of the recession outbreak of the pandemic.
The US command said Air India was notified it would “be required, effective 30 days after the effective date Order, obtain prior approval from the Department before using any third- and / or fourth-degree Charter flights to or from the United States”.
“We’re taking this action because the Government of India (Gol) is disabled the rights of the US carriers to work and participate in them discriminatory practices and restrictions in relation to the US transit services to and from India, ”it said.
Air India is currently the only foreign air carrier in India that is with permission from the US Department of Transportation to use flights to and from the US for their flight and workers.
The order argued that the Indian side restrictions are imposed that prevent American carriers from doing Full use of charter rights.
Air India has been making flights back to the US beginning May 18
Air India has been making flights back to the US beginning May 18. On May 19, 2020, an official from the Department [of transport] advised.
Air India on the Department’s concerns that some, if not all, of Air India’s so-called exit charters exceeded the true output (at least at India to United States categories) and including sales in any ordinary member of the public.
Who has access to the United States Country, said the order. Delta Air Lines is seeking approval from India May 26 to performs the services of a currency exchange but does not receive it permit, said the order.
The order also blames Air India for using reconciliation flights as a means of to restrict the restricted prohibition by Gol all scheduled resources starting March 25.
The order states that the US ambassador has already registered for the first time clash with India on May 28.