After successfully organising and operating several repatriation flights in past few months, bringing back thousands of stranded Indians home, CapaJet recently accomplished the impressive landmark repatriating over 5000 people within 60 days. At a time when air travel around the world has come to a standstill and most countries closed their airspace, CapaJet managed to achieve this number with its determination to operate and run as many repatriation flights as possible while negotiating and coordinating with different counties and their government.
Having achieved this milestone, the company is now working towards its next target of repatriating 10,000 people.
More repatriation missions are in the pipeline to bring back stranded citizens from various countries to key cities in India. All these flights are operated in accordance with the directive released by Ministry of External Affairs and the Department of Civil Aviation India.
CapaJet is committed to provide high-end service and a comfortable flying experience to its flier. To ensure this, the company has always selected best of the airlines like Singapore Airlines to operate its long haul Asia and APAC repatriation mission. CapaJet has emerged as a preferred repatriation carrier in last few with months and we have received overwhelming praise for its past flights.
The comfort, safety and reliability that CapaJet has provided to its fliers in these missions have made it the carrier of choice for most Indians. As word spread and new routes were being planned, more and more fliers preferred to travel with CapaJet.
“In the current times of pandemic, repatriating 5000 people is an impressive milestone but we are not stopping until we arrange for each and every stranded citizen in any part of the world to reach home. For this, we are constantly engaging and collaborating with various governments and planning new flights. All our India missions have been very successful so far. We look forward to working with additional authorities and countries to expand our offerings in this space and add additional routes,” said Fergus Forbes, Repatriation Manager CapaJet.
While operating the repatriation flights, CapaJet adheres to the latest international aviation guidelines issued to prevent the spread of COVID-19 disease. The aircrafts are sanitized, temperature screening is done for each passenger and the crew ensures that all guidelines are followed.