274 flights operated under Lifeline Udan

These flights under Lifeline Udan transported essential medical supplies across the country.

‘Lifeline Udan’ flights are being operated by MoCA to transport essential medical cargo to remote parts of the country to support India’s war against COVID-19. 274 flights have been operated under Lifeline Udan by Air India, Alliance Air, IAF and private carriers.175 of these flights have been operated by Air India and Alliance Air. Cargo transported till date is around 463.15 tons. Aerial distance covered by Lifeline Udan flights till date is over 2,73,275km.

The date-wise breakup of the Lifeline Udan flights is as follows:

S No Date Air India Alliance IAF Indigo SpiceJet Total
1 26.3.2020 2 - - - 2 4
2 27.3.2020 4 9 1 - - 14
3 28.3.2020 4 8 - 6 - 18
4 29.3.2020 4 9 6 - - 19
5 30.3.2020 4 - 3 - - 7
6 31.3.2020 9 2 1 - - 12
7 01.4.2020 3 3 4 - - 10
8 02.4.2020 4 5 3 - - 12
9 03.4.2020 8 - 2 - - 10
10 04.4.2020 4 3 2 - - 9
11 05.4.2020 - - 16 - - 16
12 06.4.2020 3 4 13 - - 20
13 07.4.2020 4 2 3 - - 9
14 08.4.2020 3 - 3 - - 6
15 09.4.2020 4 8 1 - - 13
16 10.4.2020 2 4 2 - - 8
17 11.4.2020 5 4 18 - - 27
18 12.4.2020 2 2 - - - 4
19 13.4.2020 3 3 3 - - 9
20 14.4.2020 4 5 4 - - 13
21 15.4.2020 2 5 - - - 7
22 16.4.2020 9 - 6 - - 15

 

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