An Air India Repatriation Flight From Singapore Landed At The Delhi Airport On Friday Early Morning With 234 Passengers, Senior Officials Of The Airline Company Said. The Flight Belonged To The Vande Bharat Objective Which Began On Thursday To Revive Stranded Indian Nationals Home In The Middle Of The Corona Infection.
PTI|Upgraded on: 08 May 2020, 02: 15: 24 PM
The B-787 airplane of Air India with 234 passengers landed at the Delhi airport around 11.45 am. (Image Credit: News Country Image)
An Air India repatriation flight from Singapore landed at the Delhi airport on Friday early morning with 234 passengers, senior authorities of the airline company stated. The flight belonged to the Vande Bharat objective which began on Thursday to revive stranded Indian nationals home in the middle of the unique coronavirus-induced lockdown.
“The B-787 plane of Air India with 234 passengers landed at the Delhi airport around 11.45 am,” an official of the airline company stated. The air travel sector has actually been struck hard due to the suspension of all arranged business guest flights throughout the lockdown in the nation which started on March25
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First Released: 08 May 2020, 02: 15: 24 PM
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