Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri announced the resumption of air bubble flights between India and Germany on Wednesday. German carrier Lufthansa has agreed to operate 10 weekly flights in India against 20 flights that it was operating till October beginning. Whereas, India’s Air India airlines will operate 5 weekly flights in Germany via Delhi and Bengaluru. The aviation ministry arrived at the decision after an imbalance in the number of flights was contradicting the countries’ air bubble agreement. Hardeep Singh Puri shared this information on his Twitter handle.