7 flights from Mangaluru to Gulf countries under Vande Bharat Mission in August: Sources


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SHP)

Mangaluru, Jul 27: The fifth list containing the schedule of Vande Bharat flights has been announced. According to sources, as many as seven flights will conduct their operations from Mangaluru airport in the first two weeks of August.

On August 5, the first flight will take off from Mangaluru airport at 12.40 pm and arrive at Dubai, Terminal 2 at 14.30 pm.

The second flight is scheduled to depart from Mangaluru airport on August 6 at 12.40 pm and arrive at Dubai, Terminal 2 at 14.30 pm.

Similarly, after a two-day gap, a third flight will take off from Mangaluru airport on August 9 at 12.40 pm and arrive at Dubai, Terminal 2 at 14.30 pm.

In between the flight operations from Mangaluru to Dubai, there will be a flight to Sharjah on August 8 at 11.05 am from Mangaluru airport. It will reach Sharjah airport later that day at 13.00 pm.

The second flight to Sharjah will conduct operation after close to a week on August 15. The flight will take off from Mangaluru airport at 11.05 am and arrive at Sharjah airport at 13.00 pm.

On the other hand, a flight to Abu Dhabi is scheduled to depart from the Mangaluru airport on August 7 at 12.40 and arrive at the Abu Dhabi airport at 14.30 pm.

There will be one other flight from Mangaluru after a seven-day period on August 14 at 12.40 to Abu Dhabi airport. It will reach the airport later that day at 14.30 pm.

All the above said departure dates and time will be uploaded on the official site soon after confirmation.

 

 

  

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  • W Santhosh, Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    which is the nearest pure-health screening center for Mangalore

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  • Rajesh shetty, Mangalore, bolar

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Manglore have less flight. And poor air India Express employees suffer lots if people lost job in manglore Airport thse because poor management from them. And your MP is sleeping.

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  • Patrick, Bejai Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    There is any flight mangalore to Bahrain. If yes when is scheduled. Or when is next flight mangalorre to Bahrain?

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  • Veeda D Lima, Udupi, Abu Dhabi

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Repatriation flights "Vande Bharath" so called mission is a very SAD state of affair. The poor workers not only lost jobs, no money in hand, living is a challenge in these countries in such conditions only those experience will understand. Handling of these tickets is a mystery despite overcharging no humanity you must personally experience the behaviour of ticket staff like FREE tickets distributed from PM Care Funds. You cannot change date, refund despite having medical issues unable to travel with a hospital certificates. The demand is pay for the ticket again while you are a le to travel. Is there a y justification for this. God save the NRIs as they have struggled during difficult times being away from their lives ones.

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    NRI's never been ill-treated this inhumanly in past decades. The worst era for the middle class and poor who works abroad and had to spend their hard-earned money on Air-tickets and quarantine back home.
    Fake missions with sound names like #Vande Bharath forced NRI's to #Aathmanirbhar.

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  • Stany, Udipi

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Can anyone tell which is the nearest screening centre of pure health
    In Kerala?we have none of these.

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  • vassu, kudla

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    It is time the aviation minister allows at least thirty percent of commercial flights. He is monopolising the aviation sector by allowing only Vande Bharat flts. There are thousands of people who want to visit their families in India but the minister is encouraging only flts to Gulf countries, US, UK etc. Hardly any for the south asian countries. Hope he really looks into the actual problems of the people, not necessarily ' stranded' but wish to visit home. it is almost more than 7 to 8 mths since people visited their families here. Do good to everyone Mr. Puri. you are simply trying to resurrect the dying Air India. If other commercial flts are allowed, people will have plenty of options to choose from.

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Whats this so-called Vande Bharath Mission? Are there any subsidies under this mission for NRI's who lost jobs due to this pandemic and suffering here? How can evacuation flights charge so high for own nationals? If NRI's obliged to pay more than average, then its better to normalise and let all international fights belong to different countries operate as before so charges can come down.
    What's the support do NRI's getting under this VB mission by govt?

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  • Suraj, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    UAE has less cases and country is opened up e.g.IPL etc Jobs will open up early September ..Therefore advisable to stay in the UAE

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  • Al Dsouza, Canada

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Be fair with indian citizens who is traveling to thier homeland. Charge the travel ticket reasonably and quarantine hotels daily charges economically. Dont make situation from worst to disaster for people who are already unemployed and suffer and when they return they require help with reasonable charges than monopolies created in the name of all these so called brands of Vande or twove. Put yourself in the shoes of those suffering and ask a question of how you will handle if you are in thier position

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  • Vincent Monis, Ujire Belthangady

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Many flights flying to Kerala and other stares . why there no flights for Mangalore (Karnataka ). Specially till now 2 flights from Doha. Why it was like that.

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  • Vincent Monis, Ujire Belthangady

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Many flights flying to Kerala and other stares . why there no flights for Mangalore (Karnataka ). Specially till now 2 flights from Doha. Why it was like that.

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  • Daniel, Udupi/Doha

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Why there are no flights to Qatar and Bahrain?

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  • M Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    These flights repatriation flights and will not take messengers from Mangalore to UAE they can only bring the passengers from the UAE Hence please take note of bookings this flights Once booked AI will not refund.
    Also their agreement with UAE ended on 26th July. Wait until 1st August to booll flights .There will be other flights opens up for cheaper fare

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    We hope all the Flight Expenses are taken care by PM Care Funds ...

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  • Nancy, Belman

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Why?. Why should we spend Tax payers money for non tax payers.

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  • Jacob, Kuwait / Managlore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Its called pure Hippocratic attitude. As you are teaching to students & these most of the students are the kids of NRE's. So your major part of salary coming from NRE's parents itself. I'm not criticizing you, but dont make partiality between tax payer & non tax payer. Our coastal area build by Gulf money itself.

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  • PINTO, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Not everyone is fortunate to bear high ticket cost at this time..for those who are capable shouldn't be a problem. Btw tax exemption a privilege given to NRI's by Indian government. We are not evading from tax payment

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Nancy Belman,PM care funds money is not from tax payers.Taxpayers moNations roads schools or infra structure.Here the PM funds are for spent on extra special causes like this emergency times to help people whatever it may be.yo say taxpayers money?How many are paying really ?or say not paying.

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  • VINCY, Bangkok

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Are you on Earth..these flights are not free but over charged to prospective passengers. The tag vande mataram is publicity stunt.

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  • Brajesh, Kodadyka

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    Thanks Nalinanna for taking initative on priority basis. Aapka naam suvarna aaksharomein leekha jayega..

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  • PINTO, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    What about people stuck in other Gulf countries? Who is responsible for not operating any flights for those countries?

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  • VINCY, Bangkok

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    Please find one project that has been financed by PM care fund.The vande mataram could have operated by Indigo and other Airlines but no permission given..because they cannot use vande mataram tag.I was surprised to see the amount charged for each passengers and the flight is vande mataram.Many people call this as evacuation. Many say tax payer money is used.I don't know where they get this tax payer tag when jobless are returning by buying expensive fare.

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