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IndiGo to operate flights to Budapest, Bucharest to evacuate Indians

The country's largest carrier IndiGo will operate flights to Budapest and Bucharest to bring back Indians who are stranded in Ukraine, according to an airline official.

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
The country's largest carrier IndiGo will operate flights to Budapest and Bucharest to bring back Indians who are stranded in Ukraine, according to an airline official.
For now, the airline has decided to operate one flight each to Budapest (Hungary) and Bucharest (Romania). The flights will be operated through Istanbul.
Earlier, the carrier was scheduled to operate two flights to Budapest.
The official on Sunday said the schedule has been revised and now one flight will leave for Budapest from Istanbul on Monday and return to Delhi on Tuesday.
Another flight will leave from Istanbul to Bucharest on Monday and return to Delhi on Tuesday, as per the official.
The reason for the revision in schedule could not be immediately ascertained.
Amid the intensifying conflict between Ukraine and Russia, the Indian government is bringing back its citizens stranded in Ukraine.

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First Published: Feb 28 2022 | 6:46 AM IST

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