Special flight to take back Indian citizens from Vietnam

Created 06 October 2021
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India's IndiGo Airlines will operate a special flight on October 20 to repatriate Indian citizens stranded in Vietnam due to Covid-19.
Special flight to take back Indian citizens from Vietnam

It will leave Hanoi's Noi Bai Airport at 5:50 p.m.

To book a seat, people have to register with the Indian embassy, which said a ticket costs $370.

On arrival in India, passengers will have to undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine, either in a hospital or an institutional facility.

Last year India organized dozens of flights to repatriate its citizens stranded in Vietnam.

Vietnam suspended all international flights in March last year and a large number of foreigners remain in the country.

It has been grappling with a new coronavirus wave that began in late April, and there have been nearly 814,000 cases.


Source: VNE

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