According to the DGCA data released by the Kuwait Airport, from March 16 to July 9, 993 flights were returned to different countries. Most of them returned to India and Egypt.
However, with the resumption of commercial flights from Kuwait from August 1, the number of returning passengers is expected to more than double, DGCA officials said.
In addition, some survey reports suggest that about 4.5 lakh foreigners will have to return to other countries by the end of this year after losing their jobs.
Meanwhile, Vandebharat Phase 4 saw the passenger traffic decrease. Air India has not been able to pay the increased fare, and with the withdrawal of the lock-up, the general public has been allowed to go to work.
Vandebharat Phase 4 is likely to be canceled due to complaints that private airlines have increased fares.