SpiceJet Ties Up With Sonu Sood To Bring Back Indian Students From Kyrgyzstan

SpiceJet special repatriation mission will operate nine charter flights to evacuate 1500 Indian student stranded in Kyrgyzstan with Sonu Sood’s help.

Jessica David

July 24, 2020

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Budget carrier SpiceJet has joined actor Sonu Sood to bring back 1,500 Indian students from Kyrgyzstan. A press release noted, “SpiceJet will operate nine charter flights to evacuate over 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan for over two months. This special repatriation mission has been undertaken by SpiceJet in association with film actor Sonu Sood.” On Thursday (July 23), the airlines announced it will operate nine charter flights in the central Asian country. The first flight took off to bring back 135 students from Bishkek to their hometown of Varanasi.

“In association with reel-life and real-life hero @SonuSood, we’re reuniting Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan for four months, with their loved ones! Glimpses of the happy, grateful faces on the first flight of this extraordinary mission. #AirliftStory,” the airlines posted on Twitter.

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood tweeted, “Feeling so happy that the first flight from Kyrgyzstan to Varanasi took off today. All thanks to @flyspicejet for making my mission successful. The second flight from Kyrgyzstan to Vizag will fly tomorrow (July 24). Would request students to send your details asap. Jai Hind.”

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