One more flight took off from Doha yesterday evening — AI 972 for Gaya — as part of the Indian repatriation mission.
The flight, which had 146 passengers, was scheduled to have a technical halt in Delhi.
This was the seventh flight from the country in Phase 2 of the Indian government’s Vande Bharat mission, and the ninth flight overall since the start of the repatriation initiative, “bringing the number of repatriated passengers from Qatar to 1,520, plus 45 infants”, the Indian embassy tweeted.
The embassy had recently said they now “have an indication of the non-Kerala destinations approved for the next round of repatriation flights from Qatar after the Eid holidays: Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Amritsar. Further details awaited from Delhi”. Pictured are Gaya-bound passengers at Hamad International Airport yesterday. (Pictures courtesy of the Indian embassy Twitter page)
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