3rd chartered flight hired by Praveen Shetty lands in MIA


Team Udayavani, Jun 17, 2020, 12:28 PM IST

Mangaluru: As many as 174 passengers arrived at Mangaluru International Airport from Sharjah in the third chartered flight hired by Praveen Shetty, chairman of the Fortune Group of Hotels, and president of the Karnataka Non-Resident Indian Forum (KNRI).

The Air Arabia flight that landed in Mangaluru today carried 174 passengers including six infants.

The flight left Sharjah at 9.45 pm (UAE time) on Tuesday, June 16 to land in Mangaluru at 2.50 am on Wednesday, June 17.

Praveen Shetty is a well-known businessman who has been doing his bit in helping Kannadigas stranded in UAE due to job loss, health issues.

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