Dubai: 2nd charter flight by SKSSF Karnataka arrives at Bengaluru


Daijiworld Media Network- Dubai

Dubai, July 12: The second chartered flight arranged by SKSSF Karnataka UAE committee for the stranded Kannadigas of UAE, reached Bengaluru on Friday, July 10.

The flight left the international airport of Ras Al Khaimah at 3.20 am and reached Bengaluru International Airport at 8.30 am on Friday.

The flight had over 177 NRI's who were facing stressful situations in Dubai, Abudhabi and Sharjah.

The SpiceJet flight that carried passengers included pregnant women, patients in need of urgent medical treatment, senior citizens, and those who were stuck in UAE on visit visa.

Transport arrangements were made for the passengers to reach the Ras Al Khaimah airport from various parts of UAE by the committee. The members of Vikhaya team helped as volunteers in the arriving, receiving, and boarding operations at the airport.

Also, transportation from Bengaluru to Mangaluru once the quarantine period ends would be arranged by the committee as per the information shared by the chief secretary of the committee Sulaiman Moulvi Kallega, vice-president Sheriff Kavu and Vikhaya chairman Nawaz B C Road.

 

  

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