5 flights to operate from Mangaluru as part of India-UAE repatriation process


Daijiworld Media Network - New Delhi (SHP)

New Delhi, Jul 10: Air India Express on Friday July 10 released flight details as part of the two-week long repatriation operation between India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

From July 12 to July 26 the airlines will be allowed to carry eligible passengers to and from the UAE. Over five flights will be operating from Mangaluru in this regard.

The first flight scheduled on July 13 will take off from Mangaluru International Airport (MIA) at 7.30 am and arrive at Sharjah airport at 9.30 am.


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The next flight is scheduled to depart on July 16 at 9.30 am from Mangaluru airport. It will arrive at the Dubai airport at 11.20 am.

Again, after a three-day interval, the third flight will carry out operation from MIA. On July 19 at 11.00 am a flight will take off from Mangaluru and arrive at Sharjah airport at 1.00 pm.

The following day, on July 20, a fourth flight from Mangaluru airport will take off at 7.30 am and arrive Sharjah at 9.30 am.

The final and the fifth flight from Mangaluru will conduct the operation on the final day of the repatriation mission. On July 26, the flight will take off from MIA at 8.00 am and land Abu Dhabi at 10.20 am. It is interesting to observe that most of the flight operations are being conducted to Sharjah as compared to the other parts of the UAE.

Ministry of Civil Aviation of India on Thursday announced the repatriation process from July 12 to July 26 as part of the strategic partnership between the two countries. The Civil Aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri had also tweeted on the matter. "As part of the close strategic partnership between the Govts of India & UAE, and with a view to assisting UAE residents who are presently in India to return to UAE, the Civil Aviation Authorities of both countries have agreed to operationalise a special arrangement," the tweet read.

As per the arrangement, chartered flights operated by UAE carriers to bring flying out Indians from the UAE will be allowed to carry ICA (Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship) approved UAE residents to their native country on their return leg.

Further, Indian carriers operating repatriation flights to bring back Indians from the UAE will be allowed to carry the ICA approved UAE residents on their onward journey from India to the Gulf country.

Below is the complete Air India Express India to UAE schedule from July 12 to 26:

 

 

  

Comment on this article

  • Muhammad yusuf, Visakhapatnam

    Sat, Jul 11 2020

    I want to go home company problems

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  • Muhammad yusuf, Visakhapatnam

    Sat, Jul 11 2020

    I want to go home company problems

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    Thanks to PM Care Funds ...

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  • PINTO, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    What about those who have a job and want to see their families? How long we have to wait to see our loved ones?

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  • Prashanth, Derebail

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    These Flights from Mangalore to Gulf countries.

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  • Francis dsouza, UDUPI

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    why there is not a single flight is arranged from kuwait. My brother is jobless since feb end, now 4 months gone still he is waiting for the flight from kuwait, indian embassey nor our karnataka goverment doing nothing, they are doing polictics.

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    Who asked him to go there? Modi?

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    j.anata, Mangalore/Bengaluru, Your comments make no sense. Have some courtacy.

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  • Lawrence, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 10 2020

    Dear Anaatha, please be sensitive to our fellow citizens who are stranded and in distress. We should not talk politics at this time. I remember reading news of rescuing 15,000 Gujarthi pigrims from Utharakand a few years back. Did you ask the same question then? (Who ask them to go there? Modi?)

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  • Ashraf, Mangalore

    Sat, Jul 11 2020

    J. Ananta,
    Don't speak like an illiterate, unethical.
    Show courtesy to your fellow humans, if not keep your mouth pinned.
    When you are in such situation, you will realise it.

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