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Henley Passport Index 2020: India ranked 84th, Japan tops spot in the Index

Henley Passport Index 2020 India ranked 84th, Japan tops spot in the Index
Henley Passport Index 2020: India ranked 84th, Japan tops spot in the Index

Henley Passport Index 2020: India ranked 84th, Japan tops spot in the Index

Henley Passport Index 2020: According to the latest report released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Henley & Partners, Indian passport has been ranked 84th in the list of world's most powerful passports.

World's most powerful passports ranking 2020: India's passport ranking dropped 2 places in 2020 to the 84th position where it is tagged along with Mauritania and Tajikistan.

Indian passport got a score of 58, which means Indian passport holders can visit 58 countries without prior visa.
Japan continued to top the list of world's most powerful passports as it got the first rank, followed by Singapore, Germany and South Korea.


About Henley Passport Index:

The Henley Passport Index is the original ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa. The ranking is based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which maintains the world’s largest and most accurate database of travel information, and enhanced by ongoing research by the Henley & Partners Research Department.

Henley Passport Index 2020: Top 10 “world’s most powerful passport” rankings are as follows:

Global Ranking 2020 & Access Countries    
1. Japan     (Access Countries 191)
2. Singapore  (Access Countries 190)
3. South Korea, Germany   (Access Countries 189) 
4. Italy, Finland   (Access Countries 188) 
5. Spain, Luxembourg, Denmark   (Access Countries 187) 
6. Sweden, France   (Access Countries 186) 
7. Switzerland, Portugal, Netherlands, Ireland, Austria   (Access Countries 185)
8. United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Greece, Belgium   (Access Countries 184) 
9. New Zealand, Malta, Czech Republic, Canada. Australia   (Access Countries 183) 
10. Slovakia, Lithuania, Hungary   (Access Countries 181)

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