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International flights on November 29: Here are flights operated by Air India under Vande Bharat Mission

International flights: Check flights leaving for and from India to bring back stranded Indians.

November 29, 2020 / 07:36 AM IST
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The Centre started the ‘Vande Bharat Mission’ on May 6 to help those stranded due to the novel coronavirus pandemic reach their destinations via international repatriation flights.

According to the Civil Aviation Ministry, 10,036 repatriation flights were operated by the Air India Group under the Vande Bharat Mission till November 27, carrying over 12.92 lakh passengers. Of these, 5,014 were inbound flights carrying 8,06,206 passengers and 5,022 were outbound flights with 4,86,349 fliers.

The mission is currently in Phase 7 which will continue until March 28, 2021.

Here is the repatriation international flights schedule for November 29:

Air India repatriation schedule for November 29: Ex-India to foreign stations (in local time)


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> AI 1901: Hyderabad (8.05) to Kuwait
> AI 0273: Chennai (8.30) to Colombo
> AI 0973: Delhi (20.30) to Muscat
> AI 1991: Delhi (13.00) to Jeddah
> AI 1917: Mumbai (10.25) to Dammam

> AI 1925: Mumbai (9.10) to Riyadh

Air India repatriation schedule for November 29: Ex-foreign stations to India (in local time)

> AI 0974: Muscat to Delhi (4.25)
> AI 0274: Colombo to Chennai (12.50)
> AI 1902: Kuwait to VIjayawada (18.45)
> AI 1992: Jeddah to Delhi (00.10)
> AI 1918: Dammam to Kochi (19.30)

> AI 1926: Riyadh to Kozhikode (19.10)

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first published: Nov 29, 2020 07:36 am

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