Remembering GoAir’s 200 repatriation flights to Saudi Arabia

    Goair is a low cost carrier very popular in India. The Covid-19 Pandemic trapped everyone in the countries they were travelling and this led to repatriation flight Repatriation flight are flights by the government to bring back the citizens from country of their origin from a foreign land. This is an essential service in the pandemic and hats off to Go air for doing it right.

    GoAir has operated over 200 charter flights from Saudi Arabia to various domestic airports as part of repatriation efforts and has flown more than 37,000 passengers between June 10 and September 4, the airline said on Tuesday.

    The Wadia Group-promoted private carrier had commenced the repatriation flights on June 10 and gradually ramped up its operations with a combination of Vande Bharat Mission flights and private international charters. GoAir has flown a total 37,016 passengers from three cities of Saudi Arabia — Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah — to 11 Indian airports, operating 203 charter services between June 10 and September 4, an airline spokesperson said.

    Goair is just one of the airlines performing huge operations for everyone’s benefit. The Vande Bharat mission has got countless citizens back from the countries hit hard with the pandemic.

    This is a great move on Goair’s part. Thank you for reading this blog.

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