The Foreign Office has arranged a third round of India charter flights, beginning next week, to bring back stranded British nationals amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Flying from 20-27 April, the charters will transport British tourists, short-term visitors and their direct dependents back to the UK from a number of areas including Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Goa and Chennai.
India’s land borders are closed and international flights are suspended until 3 May. There are currently no commercial options available to leave the country.
A full list of charter flights can be found on the FCO’s website here
To make a booking, Britons will need:
A valid passport and be able to meet the entry requirements of the UK
Contact details for each traveller they are registering
Their UK home address and postcode
Their means of payment, such as credit or debit card details