An Air India Express flight conveying 182 Indian nationals emptied from war-torn Ukraine arrived here from the Romanian capital Bucharest on Tuesday morning, a carrier representative said.
Association MSME Minister Narayan Rane got them at the Mumbai air terminal, the representative said.
The AI Express flight IX-1202 from Bucharest through Kuwait contacted down the runway at 7.40 am, he said.
An airplane to bring back Indian nationals from Ukraine had left from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) for Bucharest on Monday.
This is the subsequent clearing flight worked to Mumbai from Bucharest to bring back Indians from war-hit Ukraine since February 27.
The Air India Express is the worldwide financial plan arm of Air India, which is presently possessed by the Tata Group.
On Saturday, the Air India had worked the principal contracted trip to CSMIA from Bucharest with 219 Indian evacuees from Ukraine.
India started the departure of its residents from Romania and Hungary – western neighbors of Ukraine – on Saturday after Russia sent off a tactical hostile there.
Around 14,000 Indians, fundamentally undergrads, were abandoned in Ukraine. PTI