New Delhi: Airline major IndiGo operated more than 800 charter flights while repatriating 150,000 passengers in less than three months between June and August, 2020. Also Read - International Flights: Saudi Arabia Permits Outbound Passenger Flights to India Under Vande Bharat Mission

According to the company, the airline operated international flights from the Gulf Cooperation Council, South East Asia, Commonwealth of Independent States and SAARC countries. Also Read - International Flights: Saudi Arabia Suspends Flights to/From These Countries Amid Rising COVID Cases | Know Here

“We are pleased to have successfully operated over 800 international flights in almost under 3 months, including passenger charters and repatriation flights under Vande Bharat mission,” Ronojoy Dutta, Chief Executive Officer, IndiGo was quoted as saying in a company statement issued on Wednesday. Also Read - International Flights: Now Indians Can Fly to Japan, UK, Canada And 10 Other Countries | Who is Allowed & Who is Not? Read Detailed SOPs

“It brings us immense satisfaction to be able to contribute in bringing back our fellow countrymen through these flights.”