National passenger service Air India on Saturday mobilised huge sources to function worldwide constitution and cargo flights. Accordingly, the airline repatriated stranded foreigners from India and likewise introduced again important medical cargo from Shanghai.
“All these flights are being operated adhering to all safety protocol laid down by DGCA,” the airline stated in a press release.
The airline is scheduled to function 18 constitution flights to fly again German, French, Irish and Canadian nationals stranded in India in the course of the lockdown as requested by their revered embassies.
“While the Germans and French will be flown to Frankfurt and Paris, the other two nationalities will be taken to London Heathrow from where Canada and Ireland (governments) would be making further travel arrangements”, the assertion stated.
“These chartered flights started from 31st March with German nationals flying to Frankfurt. Earlier, AI had ferried Israeli nationals to Tel Aviv as well in a chartered flight.”
On Saturday, flights to London and Paris are being operated.
Besides, the flag service on Saturday commenced the primary cargo flights between Shanghai and Delhi.
“A charter cargo flight was also operated from Delhi to Shanghai today to fly in vital medical cargo from China to India,” the assertion stated.
“Air India is also scheduled to operate some more cargo flights between Delhi and Shanghai till 9th April. These flights will bring critical medical equipment to India.”
The airline will even be working cargo flights to Hong Kong.
On the home entrance, the Air India Group has been transporting important cargos all through the nation. Accordingly, the airline has operated 79 cargo flights between March 26 and April 3.
The flights, being operated commonly between the metro hubs — Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Chennai — to the distant locations of the North-East and different far-flung areas of the nation — are reaching medical tools and different important objects.
In addition, the airline has additionally been instrumental in rescuing stranded Indians, primarily college students and pilgrims, from China, Japan and Europe.