New Delhi: Three days after the deadly attacks at Zaventem Airport in Brussels, stranded Indian passengers travelling by Jet Airways have finally reached India. The recovery flights landed early morning on Friday at New Delhi Airport.
More than 70 passengers were stuck on foreign soil, as the Brussels Airport was evacuated and shutdown after the bomb explosions.
The Indians passengers were transported to Amsterdam by buses and then flights were arranged for them.
Jet Airways decided to bring back the Indian passengers through its Amsterdam hub. 3 Jet Airways flight were used to bring back the passengers. 
The crew members who were injured in the bombing are undergoing treatment.
Some of the passengers were also taken to Mumbai and Toronto.    


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