MNA, Air India to repatriate Myanmar nationals in India by relief flights in April

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Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) and Air India will fly relief flights in April to help Myanmar nationals who are having difficulties returning home for various reasons, according to the Myanmar Embassy in New Delhi, India.
MNA has been operating monthly relief flights to repatriate Myanmar nationals who have been stranded in India for various reasons due to COVID-19 prevention and control measures. For returnees, relief flights of MNA will fly on 5 and 26 April and Air India will fly on 6 and 20 April respectively to Myanmar.
The embassy has announced that those who would like to fly with MNA can send an email to [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected], as well as can make a call to + 951378603-04-06 and +951377840-41-42.
Passengers are required to have a negative RT PCR test result, and those whose visas are about to expire must extend their visas at the https//indianfrro.gov.in/frro/, the official website of the Foreigner Regional Registration Office of the Immigration Bureau of India. If the visa cannot be extended, exit permit applications must be made in advance, according to the statement of the Myanmar Embassy in New Delhi.
Regarding Myanmar citizenship issues, +91 852788 3562 and +91 26578822 can be reached, the statement said. — Pwint Thitsar/GNLM

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