Monday, April 20, 2020

Details of first charter flight for the stranded Kiwis in India emerges

Provisionally selected Kiwis stranded in India boarding their first flight back home have received the details, and guidelines of their travel from Safe Travel.

The Indian Weekender, on Sunday, April 19 reported that the first flight from India has been tentatively scheduled from New Delhi airport on Friday, April 24.

The details sent to provisionally selected Kiwis revealed that their booking will remain provisional until they complete their flight payments and New Zealand health requirements.

The first flight will depart from the New Delhi Airport, tentatively scheduled at 2 a.m. (Indian Standard Time) on Friday, April 24.

The email confirmed that New Zealand government is working with Orbit World Travel to bring New Zealanders and their immediate family back home from India.

The email also mentioned the two meals services will be provided during the flight, with no alcohol and Wifi on board and standard 30 kg per person check-in and 7 kg cabin baggage per person will be allowed.
20/04/20 IndianWeekender
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