On July 16, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) announced the implementation of air bubbles and the partial resumption of international flights to certain destinations in the United States, Germany and France. According to the latest news, the India-Japan air bubble will begin in November. The Indian Embassy announced that India and Tokyo are part of the Air Bubble system. Air India will take off from Delhi to Tokyo in November. It refers to a bilateral agreement that India has signed or has just concluded with some countries, in order to allow their national airlines to carry passengers from India. This is next to the Indian operators. India has negotiated this agreement with the United States, France and Germany, with the exception of Canada and the United Arab Emirates. Under this agreement, all these countries operate flights to and from our country.