Non-public provider SpiceJet will function its first lengthy haul flight to Amsterdam on August 1 to repatriate Indians, the airline mentioned on Monday. “SpiceJet will function its first long-haul flight to convey again Indians ready to come back from Europe. 1st flight departs from Amsterdam on Aug 1. Restricted seats out there,” the SpiceJet mentioned through a tweet on its official deal with.
In the meantime, SpiceJet was final week designated as “Indian scheduled provider” to function flight providers to the UK and US from India. Bilateral air providers pact have been signed between the Indian authorities and that of the 2 international locations. SpiceJet acquired the nod at a time when all worldwide business air passenger providers are suspended since March 22 as a result of visa and journey restrictions within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevertheless, varied evacuation and constitution flights just like the one to Amsterdam, are being at the moment operated to fly again stranded Indians in varied international locations and in addition transport international nationals, who’re caught in India, to their international locations.