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IndiGo transports over 200 stranded Vietnamese nationals to Delhi to facilitate return to Vietnam

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 20-05-2020 12:08 IST | Created: 20-05-2020 12:08 IST
IndiGo transports over 200 stranded Vietnamese nationals to Delhi to facilitate return to Vietnam

Budget carrier IndiGo on Wednesday said it operated two chartered flights to transport over 200 stranded Vietnamese nationals from various Indian cities to Delhi to facilitate their return to their country. The charter was initiated by the Vietnam Embassy and the flights were operated while observing all precautionary measures, IndiGo said in a statement

IndiGo’s Bengaluru-Pune-Delhi flight 6E-9103 transferred a total 103 passengers, while the Gaya-Delhi flight 6E-9102 transferred 99 passengers to Delhi, for their return flight to Vietnam, the airline said. “Our flights aided in the transfer of 202 Vietnamese citizens from Bangalore, Pune and Gaya to Delhi to board their return flight to Vietnam,” said Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer, IndiGo

Earlier also, the Gurugram-based no-frills carrier had flown around 197 stranded Kenyan nationals from Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad to Mumbai for their return to Kenya.


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