Under the fourth period of 'Vande Bharat Mission', Air India will lead 170 trips to and from 17 nations between July 3 and July 15, 2020.
According to the Air India discharged report, the 170 flights will interface India with the US, Canada, the UK, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, South Africa, Thailand, Australia, Russia, Myanmar, Japan, Vietnam, and Ukraine.
The administration had begun Vande Bharat Mission on May 7 so as to help abandoned individuals arrive at their goals utilizing exceptional flights. The booked global flights were suspended in India since March 23, 2020, in light of the pandemic.
• Within the range of 13 days, from July 3 to July 15, the travelers from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Gulf Countries will be brought back under the fourth period of 'Vande Bharat Mission'.
• Air India has booked 38 trips to the United States and 32 trips for the United Kingdom (UK).
• As an enormous number of Indian residents are dwelling in Gulf Countries, Air India has booked 26 trips for Saudi Arabia.
• 136 Air India Express Flights and 41 Go Air Flights will likewise be working which will take the absolute number of flight activities to 347 under the fourth period of Vande Bharat Mission.
• In this stage, the quantity of flights is probably going to expand as a result of more increments of the private carriers.
Strategic bring Indian Nationals Home in the midst of pandemic:
'Vande Bharat Mission', world's biggest repatriation program was started by the Central government. It has brought back about 1,50,000 Indian Nationals to date through around 700 flight activities from nations around the globe, in the midst of the pandemic.
Remote Ministry of India educated that around 5,00,000 individuals had enlisted to return through land, ocean, and air and 3,60,000 individuals have just returned under this program.
Indian government began this strategic assistance abandoned Indians arrive at their goals as International flights everywhere throughout the world were suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.