Thursday, May 21, 2020

Two special flights to bring Indians back from Germany on May 28, 29

Government is undertaking largest ever evacuation of stranded Indian nationals from countries across the world to India under the Vande Bharat Mission. The second phase of Vande Bharat Mission began from the 16th of this month and is coming to an end today.

18 additional countries were covered under the second phase including Indonesia, Thailand, Australia, Italy, France, Germany, Ireland, Canada, Japan, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Krgyzstan, Belarus, Georgia, Tajikistan and Armenia.

The ambit is being broadened every week in a phased manner and government is now looking to bring back more stranded nationals from Europe. As part of the Vande Bharat Mission, two special Air India flights have been scheduled from Germany to India on the 28th and 29th of this month to Delhi and Bengaluru.

The Embassy of India, Berlin has received a large number of registrations from Indian nationals stranded in Germany to return to India. Passengers will have to bear the cost of travel by these flights as well as for the mandatory quarantine facilities on arrival to India. Besides, Air India will operate a special evacuation flight from Stockholm on 6th of June to New Delhi and Mumbai.

Air India will operate a special evacuation flight from Amsterdam on 8th June to New Delhi. It is also operating special flights to Delhi and Ahmedabad from Paris on 26th May and from Paris to Bangalore and Kochi on 27th May. Meanwhile, repatriation of 2288 Indians stranded in the UK have been done through 8 Air India flights till 17th May.
21/05/20 Indian Awaaz
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