In the second phase of the Vande Bharat Mission to bring stranded Indians back in the country who are stuck in other countries due to the lockdown, Air India announced that it will operate additional repatriation flights to six countries between June 4 and June 6.
The booking for the flights will begin from May 30
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the six countries where these flights will operate are The US, New Zealand, the UK, Sweden, Germany and South Korea.
It said it will operate Mumbai-London flight and Mumbai-NewYork flight on June 6.
It added it will run flights on Delhi-New York route, Delhi-Frankfurt route and Delhi-Seoul route on June 6.
The Narendra Modi government started the Vande Bharat Mission on May 7 to bring stranded Indians home on a payment basis amid the coronavirus lockdown. It also permitted foreign nationals and valid visa holders to book seats on these outbound flights.