More Indian flights from UAE announced, bookings to open


Dubai, Jul 3 (IANS): India has announced nine more repatriation flights from the UAE, ticket sales for which will open later on Friday.

Air India Express will operate these flights under the Vande Bharat Mission to south Indian cities from Sharjah, according to the Indian Consulate in Dubai.

"All Indian nationals are advised to take note of direct sale of Air India Express flights from Sharjah. Following flights will be opened for sale effective 4 p.m. UAE Time on July 3. Make sure to book your tickets once the sale is live," the mission stated on Twitter.

The flights scheduled to operate from July 9 to 14 are flying to Madurai, Coimbatore, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchirappalli, Kochi and Hyderabad, Gulf news reported.

"Indian nationals registered with the Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi or the Consulate-General of India in Dubai, fulfilling the required entry conditions can book through Air India Express booking offices or online or through authorised travel agents in the UAE," the statement with the flight details posted on Twitter said.

"Mentioning of correct passport number and contact number is important. Otherwise tickets can be cancelled or boarding pass may be denied," the Indian Consulate said.

While 75 per cent of tickets are open for sale, 25 per cent are reserved for those with emergency cases handled by the missions.

 

  

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  • Shanu Tulshidas veer, Sharjha

    Sat, Jul 4 2020

    I wnat to go india because my family emergency.
    My merest Air port Goa India.

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  • Xavier P, Bangalore

    Sat, Jul 4 2020

    There is no stable decision from our country, were now Indian we are suffering without food n lost job and here company is forcing us to go back to our country.

    I'm so proud of the useless decision, they doesn't know the pain of us until there are here,many flights to kerela no flights to Bangalore or Mangalore oly 2 or 3 flight , were agents book whole flight and sell it us in double , were we have lost job. And cannot afford that money if we die here it ll be in name of those who made the decision on suspended flights ,I have booked flights almost 2 times n its still the same.

    No effort from Karnataka Government too.please do learn from kerela govt.Registrated in Vanda mataram before 3 month n still wait no use n company is forcing us to move ... Plz do needful and still thank u for at least taking other neighbor states ppl well done with that work.

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  • Kishore Kumar, Mangaluru

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    What is 'International flights to remain suspended (to and from India) till July 31 ?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    Indians are suffering there without Job & Food ...

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  • Mahesh Achar, Bajpe / Dubai

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    Mangalore No flights in July Schedule from Air India Express and for Kannur Many flights.

    Mangalore/Udupi People are proud to be having MP Mr.Nalin and Ms.Shobha. We will vote for them for another term also in 2024. We want Modi to win in Central. We don't care what they done to voters,

    Jai Sriram.

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  • Wilson, Udupi

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    You are voting in India not in Dubai, another Andha Bakth...

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    Good news!

    What about flights from India to UAE and other gulf countries??? When will it resume???

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