India may allow all international tourists to travel country from 15 October 2021 to boost the tourism which is worstly hit by the pendamic of coronavirus.

International tourism is currently suspended as scheduled international flights have been banned as per the coronavirus protocol. This may change and international tourists may be able to travel to India if the country reopens for international tourism by October 15 this year.

On the auspicious occassion of Gandhi Jayanti, Shripad Naik, Union Minister of State for Tourism said, "As corona decreases, we will start national and international tourism. The announcement will be made soon and there is a possibility of it beginning after October 15."

He added to his statement that international flights have started, and the government in India has already requested the resumption of charter flights by a specific date and this has been done so that people can book their trips to India instead of going elsewhere.

India has air bubble arrangements with other countries, but scheduled international flights remain suspended. The suspension, lockdown and restrictions first began in March last year.

International charter flights are largely responsible for the influx of foreign tourists into Goa. Goa Chief Minister, Pramod Sawant has already sent a request by the tourism industry to the Union Home Ministry, seeking permission to resume operations of international charter flights at the earliest.


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