New Delhi: Air India on Friday introduced further flights between June four and 6 to deliver again Indians stranded overseas amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The flights will evacuate Indians from the US, UK, Germany, South Korea, New Zealand, and Sweden.
“Additional flights announced by @airindiain under Mission Vande Bharat. Delhi to Auckland on June 4. Delhi to Chicago & Stockholm on June 5. Delhi to New York, Frankfurt & Seoul on June 6. Mumbai to London & Newark on June 6,” Union Minister for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted.
He mentioned that bookings for the flights would begin from 11 am on May 30.
The Centre began the Vande Bharat Mission on May 7 to deliver again stranded Indians from overseas.
In Phase 1 between May 7 and 16, over 16,000 individuals had been introduced again. In Phase II from May 17 to June 13, Air India flights are scheduled to function from 60 nations.