Go First was granted bilateral rights to run Srinagar-Sharjah flights on Friday, which it plans to resume in the coming days.
Go First halted flights between Srinagar and Sharjah on March 27 due to a lack of bilateral rights, which are provided under bilateral air services agreements that allow two countries to operate scheduled international passenger flights.
On October 23, last year, Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated Go First’s Srinagar-Sharjah flight, reuniting Jammu and Kashmir with the United Arab Emirates for the first time in nearly 11 years.
Go First had been flying these special flights since then, till March 26, as part of a coronavirus-induced air bubble agreement between India and the UAE.
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