Mumbai Airport welcomes Indians from Ukraine

 Monday, March 14, 2022 



There are about 1,870 Indians have come back in 10 flights that landed at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) from the war torn Ukraine . Pilots going beyond their call of duty in flying them back, senior ministers reaching Ukraine’s neighboring countries to welcome the Indian nationals to politicians supervising Operation Ganga all are doing their best to give a warm welcome to each Indian coming back from war-torn Ukraine.

The young students had to face chaos and conflict, bombing and airstrikes in their bid to escape Ukraine. Mumbai International Airport spokesperson has said that they blocked a special corridor for student arrivals to make them feel comfortable and expedite further ado. A special area was also fenced in for the arriving passengers to sit and provided them with free WiFi codes, food, and water bottles, along with providing them with any guidance, lodging or medical assistance at the time of arrival.

Both parents to students who were evacuated from Ukraine heaved a sigh of relief as the flight carrying them reached their homeland turf. Bhargavi Patel, a student from Gujarat who returned home felt instant relief as soon as I landed at Mumbai International Airport. She says that Mumbai International Airport provided with transportation, convenience, and food even in the middle of the night. The whole situation made her even proud to be an Indian.

The last of the planned flights to bring back those who reached Ukraine’s bordering nations will depart on 10th March. As the majority of the Indians being pulled out of conflict zones and flown back home, the Indian side has begun winding down the evacuation efforts and appreciating the unsung heroes and volunteers across borders.

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