transfer the Indians
transfer the Indians

On Thursday 4.15 pm, passengers will leave via Terminal 3 at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

Hundreds of Indians stranded in the United Arab Emirates are relieved that they will be able to leave on private flights on Thursday.

Jameson Babachan, a 27-year-old expatriate, his wife and child, will be on his first flight from Abu Dhabi to Kochi. Babachan had resigned from his job to take care of his sick parents. With the passage of 24 hours, he was able to book tickets.

"I got a call from the Indian embassy on Tuesday and booked our tickets at the Air India Express office on Wednesday. Now, I'm busy moving our things through the cargo."

Papachan helped that he was already ready to leave after he resigned from the job a few months ago.

"My parents are elderly and not keeping well. So, I quit my job. I also got a certificate to transfer my child from school. I booked tickets in April but had to cancel them due to Covid-19 travel restrictions. For more than a month, we are all We are following #StayHome but without any action. So, this is very convenient. "