Thursday, July 02, 2020

Delhi Airport Handled Flights to These New Global Destinations For the First Time Ever During Lockdown

Though there will be no scheduled commercial international flights before July 15, as ordered by the civil aviation ministry, the aviation sector is hopeful that once international operations resume, there will be plenty of new destinations. Delhi and Mumbai airports, for the first time, handled flights to and from some countries which they hope will become regular destinations on their charts, once international operations resume. And all thanks to Vande Bharat Mission. The civil aviation ministry launched this mission to repatriate Indians stranded in other countries owing to the COVID-19 lockdown. Several foreign chartered flights also entered Indian airspace for the first time as part of this Vande Bharat Mission.
First-time flights to these destinations from Delhi Airport.
1. Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington in New Zealand
2. Brisbane in Australia
3. Cairo and Marsa Alam in Egypt,
4. Domodedovo in Russia
5. Dublin in Ireland
6. Ankara in Turkey
7. Hamburg-Finkenwerder in Germany
8. Johannesburg in South Africa
9. Manila in the Philippines
10. Ras Al Khaimah in UAE
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