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Booking of tickets for charter flight to India

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8 June 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Embassy of India, Bamako has tasked M/s Satguru Travel & Tours Services in Bamako and M/s Euro World Travel in Nouakchott to arrange the following evacuation charter flights for stranded Indians:

BamakoDelhi (Departure 16th June from Bamako at 1555 hours – Arrival 17th June at Delhi at 0515 hours)

NouakchottDelhi (Departure 16th June from Nouakchott at 1130 hours – Arrival 17th June at Delhi at 0130 hours)

2.        M/s Satguru Travel & Tours Services in Bamako and M/s Euro World Travel in Nouakchott will coordinate the process of booking tickets for these flights with the stranded Indians in Mali and Mauritania registered with the Embassy of India, Bamako.

3.            All those Indian nationals in Mali and Mauritania with compelling grounds who have registered with this Embassy and who wish to travel to India at their own expense & risk and who agree to follow the guidelines of the Governments of India, Mali and Mauritania may contact M/s Satguru Travel & Tours Services in Bamako and M/s Euro World Travel in Nouakchott for booking their tickets:

M/s Satguru Travel & Tours Services, Bamako

·       Mr. Rakesh Choudhary +223 70111119     rakesh@satgurutravel.com

·       Mr. Deepak Lakhwani   +223 73067306     dlakhwani@satgurutravel.com

·       Mr. Vishal Mankani       +223 79105045     vmankani@satgurutravel.com

M/s Euro World Travel, Nouakchott

·       Mr. Lokesh Soni            +222 32134489      Lsoni@euro-world.in

·       Mr. Sarthak Jethani      +222 38286420      Res.nkc1@euro-world.in

·       Mr. Chandan Chopra    +222 37528729      Res.nkc2@euro-world.in

4.         The booking for the flight closes at 2:00 PM on 10 June 2020. Any requests after the deadline will not be entertained.

NOTE: The evacuation operation is subject to clearances.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

All those Indian nationals in Mali and Mauritania with compelling grounds who have registered with this Embassy and who wish to travel to India must fully comply with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of India given in the link:  https://www.mha.gov.in/sites/default/files/MHAOrderDt24052020forspecifiedpersonstotravelabroad.pdf and the SOP by the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India given in the links: https://www.civilaviation.gov.in/sites/default/files/SOP_for_Pvt_and_Charter_operations.pdf

Following points may please be noted for travel to India:

·       Medical screening of passengers would be done before boarding the flight and only asymptomatic passengers would be allowed to travel.

·       All passengers on arrival in India would be required to undergo medical screening and would have to register on AarogyaSetu app.

·       All passengers will need to undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine either in a hospital or in an institutional quarantine on payment basis on arrival in India as per the protocols framed by Government of India (revised now to 7 days of paid institutional quarantine and 7 days of home quarantine as per new guidelines). COVID test would be done after 14 days and further action would be taken according to applicable health protocols.

·       The cost of travel from designated airport in Mali/Mauritania to the designated airport in India will be borne by the passengers.

·       All passengers would have to follow the protocols and procedures including Health Protocols issued by the Government of Mali/Mauritania on departure and by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Civil Aviation and other concerned authorities of Government of India before, during the journey and on arrival in India.

·       All passengers will be required to sign an undertaking before the check-in at the airport. They have to agree to be quarantined in one of the facilities in Delhi, Delhi NCR or Haryana; or Bhiwadi or Chandigarh. They would not insist on returning to their state of domicile, (if quarantined in Delhi) before completing the mandatory period of quarantine. After the quarantine period is over, they will return to their states of domicile, either by making their own arrangements or through the arrangements facilitated by the Resident Commissioner/ nodal Officer of the concerned State.