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CapaJet successfully completed its 6th operational flight from India, announces the launch of its much-awaited repatriation flight Delhi-Medan-Jakarta

Following the successful repatriation flight between Mumbai and Sydney and Bengaluru-Christchurch-Mumbai, CapaJet announced another charter flight between Delhi-Medan and Jakarta which took a fly today July 3, 2020. This happened in accordance with the directive released by Ministry of External Affairs and the Department of Civil Aviation India to bring back stranded Indians.

The Delhi –Medan flight departed at 3:20 hrs from Delhi arrives Medan at 10:30 hrs and then will take its departure at 12:20 hrs from Medan and will be arriving Jakarta at 14:45 hrs. The economy seats are for 369 USD while business class tickets have been priced at 1,000 USD.

The Bengaluru-Christchurch operation conducted successfully on June 29. Similarly, CapaJet also mounted an additional six repatriation flights between Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan-Delhi, India and Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan-Hyderabad, India for the Indian students studying in Kyrgyzstan under the Vande Bharat Mission.

“CapaJet has emerged as a preferred repatriation carrier in last two months and we have received overwhelming praise for our flights, and partnership with Singapore Airlines for these long-haul missions. The Mumbai-Sydney flight ran full capacity and now we are aligning with governments to run additional flights throughout the APAC region, as well as adding additional capacity for students stuck in neighboring countries . We look forward to working with additional authorities and countries to expand our offerings in this space and add additional routes,” Fergus Forbes, Repatriation Manager CapaJet

CapaJet has also had great success in linking these missions together, with the upcoming Delhi-Jakarta flight as a prime example, then last Christchurch flight operation, repatriating stranded Kiwi’s back to New Zealand and returning with stranded Indians from New Zealand back to India, an enormous  amount of co-ordination goes into linking these flights together, a real credit to the governments and authorities involved, working hand in hand to ensure these flights operate at full efficiency and optimization, this optimization has a direct cost benefit to the travelers as the unit cost is brought down with the aircraft having minimal empty flying. So as a result the passengers pay less.

“CapaJet is playing an important role in bringing back stranded Indians from around the world. In no time, CapaJet has become the most preferred carrier for many countries to engage whilst outsourcing services for repatriation. Talks are on to explore new missions and continue these flights,” Komal Seth, Sales Director India.

While operating the repatriation flights, CapaJet will be ensuring and adhering to the latest international aviation guidelines issued to prevent the spread of COVID-19 disease. The aircraft will be sanitised, temperature screening will be done for each passenger and the crew will ensure all these stringent guidelines are being followed.