Outward Circulation List for International airmail
Outward Circulation list for International airmail – Letters (LC/AO), Parcel and EMS have been reviewed in the light of implementation of new tender effective from 1st December, 2021 as well as availability of space in limited flight connectivity.
File No. DA-19/7/2021-DA
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(lR & GB Division)
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi- 110001
Date: 1st February, 2022
Chief Postmaster General
Delhi, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu , West Bengal
Kerala, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana
Subject: Outward Circulation List for International airmail – Letters (LC/AO), Parcel and EMS.
In continuation of earlier Letter no. 2-1/2015-DA (Vol. ll) dated 18th June, 2019 on above cited subject, the Outward Circulation list for International airmail – Letters (LC/AO), Parcel and EMS have been reviewed in the light of implementation of new tender effective from 1st December, 2021 as well as availability of space in
limited flight connectivity.
2. Circulation Lists of international airmail has been reviewed based on flight connections as per new tender and transit arrangements with other operators. OEs shall close their mail bags as per these revised lists and taking into account following guidelines:
i. All available flight connections from different OEs have been mapped in the lists.
ii. LCAO and Parcel mail for certain destinations which are not available directly through the tender airlines have been indicated through transit of other operators. Mail may be sent in open or closed transit which will depend on 3 kg weight limit as per UPU norms. EMS shall only be sent to such destinations where Direct flight connections are available.
iii. IPS routing for the destinations has been configured for respective OEs. Any change in IPS routing may be addressed to Shri Arvind, System Admin, Dak Bhawan.
iv. All OES shall keep dose Coordination among themselves and the Partner airlines for smooth international mail conveyance.
v. Countries for which currently India Post has no service has been specified with remarks ‘No Service’.
vi. All OEs must ensure using good quality of bags and bag labels.
This issues with the approval of Competent Authority.
(Ram Naresh Sikaria)
Assistant Director General (lnternalional Mail)
Encl: As above
1- All Office of Exchanges & Corresponding RMS units.
2. DAA Section, IR&GB Division.