- The air bubble agreement between Oman and India was rescheduled last November
- Traveling from November to mid-February costs between 130 and 200 riyals
- By the end of February, it was down by more than half to 60 riyals
The air bubble agreement between Oman and India was rescheduled last November. Indian aviation authorities have denied permission to private budget airlines GoAir and IndiGo to operate services to Oman following a drop in the number of weekly seats. This was followed by a sharp rise in air fares from Oman to various airports in Kerala and back.
Traveling from November to mid-February costs between 130 and 200 riyals. By the end of February, the same rate had dropped by more than half to 60 riyals.
However, fares from Kerala to Oman have not changed much. The increase in Kovid spread and the two-week ban on travelers from ten countries have raised concerns among expats. Many people are canceling their tickets and postponing their travels to India due to fears that travelers from the country where the Kovid spread is high will not be able to return.
Kovid also made it mandatory to travel to all airports in India with a negative PCR certificate. Even if you arrive at the local airport, you have to undergo PCR check at your own cost. The quarantine period has been increased to 14 days.
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