Indians No Longer Require Air Transit For France

by Yashasvi Shaktawat
by Yashasvi Shaktawat 825

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Indian passport holders will no longer require an airport transit visa while transiting through France.

What Is It?

In a recent announcement made by France, Indian passport holders will no longer require an airport transit visa while transiting through the country, effective on July 23.

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What’s In It?

In this scheme, the Indian passport holders will be allowed to travel through the international zone of any airport in France without showing their ATV.

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Deets

This will be effective on July 23, 2018.

 

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  • The curiosity to explore unseen places, meet new people, interact with locals, and unravel every culture is what intrigues Yashasvi the most. She is an adventure junkie who might look timid but, is ready to take on any challenge. She doesn’t believe in having a bucket list and instead, living life as it comes, one day at a time. The centrepiece of her jigsaw puzzle is travelling, writing and collecting as many adventures as she can in her happy jar.