Approximately 300 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) residing in Australia, that had been stranded in India, will fly back to Sydney at a special chartered flight out of New Delhi on Tuesday.
Pricebeat, a private firm, organized for its aircraft and forced the reservations for Singapore Airlines.
Nonetheless, this isn’t the first such flight to be controlled between India and Australia after the national lockdown declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from March 25.
The Australian High Commission was working for repatriation flights on April 11. Evacuation flights to NRIs and Australians are controlled from cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, and Delhi.
These airline flights were managed by airlines like Qatar Airways and Lion Air.
As of April 29, 22,769 stranded passengers are flown back to Australia.
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