United Airlines Set to Bring Back American Citizens from New Delhi, India


US-based United Airlines will begin operating repatriation flights for US citizens from New Delhi from April 5.

According to the airline, it is working with the US government to repatriate travellers who are stranded abroad in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

“Beginning April 5, United will begin operating repatriation flights from Delhi to San Francisco. We will continue working with government officials in the near-term to play our part in bringing Americans home,” the airline said in a statement.

As per the statement, this month would see the airline operate 56 repatriation flights bringing nearly 8,000 passengers back to US from places like Guatemala City, Lima, Quito, Roatan, San Salvador, San Pedro, and Tegucigalpa.


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