Indians no longer require airport transit visa: France
“I’m pleased to announce that, with effect from July 23, 2018, holders of Indian passports will no longer require an Airport Transit Visa (ATV) while transiting through the international zone of any airport in France #ChooseFrance,” France’s ambassador to India Alexandre Ziegler said on Twitter last week.
I’m pleased to announce that, with effect from 23rd July 2018, holders of Indian passports will no longer require an Airport Transit Visa (ATV) while transiting through the international zone of any airport in France #ChooseFrance ➡️https://t.co/7TiAkqL2As pic.twitter.com/zZjIh1Zg1p
— Alexandre Ziegler (@FranceinIndia) July 17, 2018
France forms part of the Schengen Area comprising 26 European states and is the world’s most popular tourist destination but reports say there has been decline since terror struck the nation in 2015 and 2016. However, in the past three years or so there has a been a sharp rise of tourists visiting from India.
Those going to the European nation enjoy great food, picturesque villages, bright blue skies and delicious wine, art alongside the Mediterranean.
Lately, Paris, especially, has been overcrowded resulting in local anger and visitor disappointment.
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