New Delhi. The arrival of Indians from different parts of the world under the Vande Bharat Mission continued on Saturday. Under this, Air India aircraft carrying 129 Indians reached New Delhi from Dhaka. An Air India aircraft carrying 326 Indians from London’s Heathrow Airport has flown to Mumbai. These passengers include mostly students and tourists. It is expected to reach Mumbai by Sunday morning.
Apart from this, two planes with 356 passengers from Dubai arrived in Chennai. There were 179 passengers on the first flight and 177 passengers on the second flight. The Air Force vessel carrying 698 Indians from the Maldives has left on Friday night. It is expected to reach Kochi by Sunday. 177 passengers from Kuwait reached Kochi by Air India Express. Another aircraft with 177 passengers from Muscat is expected to reach Kochi on Saturday night. Apart from this, another batch of 177 passengers will arrive late in the night.
Advisory of Air India for students going to America
Air India has issued an advisory for Indian students going to the US who have F or M visas. Air India has said that students whose visa validity is less than six months and who have recently enrolled and have not attended class at their institute, will not be allowed to fly to the US under the Vanda India Mission.
Ambassadors of India give assurances to overseas Indians for more flights to Gulf countries
Muscat Indian Ambassadors in the Gulf have assured overseas Indians that there will be more flights for them in the coming days. India evacuated its civilians stranded in Oman and Saudi Arabia on Saturday under the Vande India Mission. Under this mission, 363 Indians were taken to Kerala from Abu Dhabi and Dubai on May 7 from the first flight.
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