The airlines announced today that they will operate nine charter flights in the Central Asian country
Sonu Sood was so happy that the first flight from Kyrgyzstan to Varanasi had started today and tweeted
Forwarder SpiceJet has joined actor Sonu Sood to bring back 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan. “SpiceJet … will operate nine charter flights to evacuate more than 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan for more than two months. This special return mission … was carried out by SpiceJet in collaboration with film actor Sonu Sood,” said the Press release.
The airlines announced today that they will operate nine charter flights in the Central Asian country. The first flight took off today to bring 135 students from Bishkek back to Varanasi.
“SpiceJet carried out the first charter flight from Bishkek (capital of Kyrgyzstan) to bring 135 students back to their hometown of Varanasi today,” the airline said in a press release.
“In collaboration with the reel-life and real-life hero @SonuSood, we unite Indian students who have been stranded in Kyrgyzstan for 4 months with their loved ones! Insights into the happy, grateful faces on the first flight of this extraordinary mission. ” the airlines posted on Twitter.
Bollywood actor Sonu Sood tweeted today: “I am so happy that the first flight from Kyrgyzstan to Varanasi took off today. Many thanks to @flyspicejet for the success of my mission. Tom will take the second flight from Kyrgyzstan to Vizag on 24. July fly. I would ask students. ” to send your data as soon as possible. Jai hind. “
Sonu Sood launched an app on Wednesday to help workers find the right job opportunities in different sectors of the country. “Extensive consultations were carried out with top organizations involved in the grassroots level in qualifying and subordinating youth, with NGOs, philanthropic organizations, government officials, strategy consultants, technology start-ups and especially with the returned migrants I have helped, “Sood said in a statement.