IndiGo Joins Hands With Indian Embassy in Moscow to Bring Back 212 Stranded Citizens

Image for Representation. (Image Credits: Reuters)

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The passengers onboard IndiGo's 6E 8691 who flew home en route Moscow, Amritsar, and Kochi, with the assistance of the Embassy of India in Moscow were mostly students, the airline said.

Low-cost carrier IndiGo announced that it operated a passenger charter flight from Moscow to Amritsar to Kochi on Sunday, bringing back a total of 212 Indians from the Russian capital. "The passengers who were mostly students flew home by the chartered flight en route Moscow – Amritsar – Kochi with the assistance of Embassy of India in Moscow, Russia and Nixtour India Private Limited," the airline said in a press release.

The passengers onboard IndiGo's 6E 8691 were most students who flew home, the airlines further said. IndiGo also said that operated the charter flight by adhering to all the precautionary measures, ensuring a safe and hassle-free flying experience for the passengers.

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