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Flight with Indians bound for America is authorized by France, but takes off with fewer people

Flight with Indians bound for America is authorized by France, but takes off with fewer people

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A plane full of migrants intended to cross the border into the United States has been freed after being held in Paris for several days, but the destination was different from the beginning. The case became known around the world this week, despite the fact that it was the 3rd flight of this flight on the Fujairah – Paris – Managua route.

Legend Airlines, based in the United Arab Emirates, is flying this unusual route, carrying only Indians on a charter to carry passengers for illegal immigration as they attempt to cross the Mexican border into the United States.

The city of Fujairah is located on the shores of the Gulf of Oman and is the closest emirate to India. The facility, being far from the spotlight like Abu Dhabi or Dubai, made it easier for the plane to take off, choosing Chalons Vatry, east of Paris, to make a prudent stop for technical refueling.

All this to get the migrants to Nicaragua, from where they would continue overland through Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico to the southern border of the United States.

French officials learned of the plane's purpose and prevented the plane from taking off, searching all passengers. At least 2 have been found in prison, while at least 10 have sought asylum in France.

After 4 days of standoff and some passengers disembarking, the A340-300 was cleared to depart again, but not to Central America: the quad-jet flew directly to Mumbai, where it dropped off Indian migrants.

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Legend Airlines will soon be banned from flying in France, possibly joining the European Union's blacklist.