New Delhi: The Jet Airways is set to fly three recovery flights on Thursday from Amsterdam for Delhi, Mumbai and Toronto to transfer all its guests and crew, who were stranded in Europe after deadly twin explosions struck Brussels airport on Tuesday.
Jet Airways has already relocated its guests and crew from Brussels to Amsterdam by road yesterday as the Brussels airport continues to be closed for operations. The check-in process for the Amsterdam to Mumbai flight is currently underway.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had earlier tweeted that the two crew members of Jet Airways injured at the Brussels airport were recovering well.
To provide convenient connections for guests to and from destinations across Europe and North America via Amsterdam, Jet Airways has also entered into a code share partnership with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Delta Air Lines, which will give access to 30 destinations across Europe and 11 destinations in the United States and Canada.
Meanwhile, massive investigations are underway following the deadly twin explosions which killed over 31 people and left around 270 wounded.